Florida Valet gives Ferrari to wrong man.

The owner of a $300,000 Ferrari is suing Marriott International, saying a hotel valet gave his keys to a young man who was trying to impress a woman he just met.

The Tampa Bay Times reports that 73-year-old attorney James “Skip” Fowler parked his yellow 458 Italia Spider outside the Vinoy Renaissance Resort & Golf Club last July 27 while attending a lawyer’s convention in St. Petersburg.

There the 2014 Ferrari remained for more than 12 hours, until Levi Miles, then 28, showed up. Miles said he told the woman it was his and demanded the keys, telling the valet that the ticket was in the car and he’d bring it back.

He never did.

Lawyer: Florida Hotel Valet Gave His $300,000 Ferrari to Wrong Man

Holy crap. That is a major failure of protocol from the valet and the hotel. No wonder Hotels are hiring outside companies to do this chore and wash their hands in case of trouble.

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