Two of the world’s most exclusive cars have been involved in a costly accident at the hands of a Crown Casino valet.
The key to two Lamborghini Aventadore Ultimaes were handed over to valet staff at the Crown online casino usa in on Wednesday night, but one of them lost control, rear ending the other and then careened into a wall.
The cyan and purple supercars are the final make of the Italian manufacturer’s popular Aventador model and are owned by virtual gaming billionaire Laurence Escalante, costing about $1million each.
The key to two Lamborghini Aventadore Ultimaes were handed over to valet staff at the Crown Casino in Perth on Wednesday night, but one of them lost control, rear ending the other and then careened into a wall
Footage taken just after the accident was posted to the Instagram, showed damage to the front bumper of the cyan Lamborghini which is set to cost about $20,000 to replace.
The video, captioned ‘they crashed our rentals’, shows the powerful V12 engines just moments after the accident, with the valet staring distantly in shock.
‘I really f***ed it up now,’ the valet can be heard saying to nearby staff.
‘No way brah, you’ve just f***ing ripped the c*** off,’ the man behind the camera, tells the valet.
The valet, still in shock, can be seen smiling and trying to explain how the accident occurred after seeing the extent of the damage.
‘See how those two pedals are too close together?I was pressing the break and then it just went,’ he said.
The man behind the camera replies: ‘You revved it up and f***ed it.’
The cyan and purple supercars are the final make of the Italian manufacturer’s popular Aventador model and are owned by virtual gaming billionaire Laurence Escalante, costing about $1million each
The valet then puts his hands on his head in disbelief over what has just happened, before turning to Mr Jones and saying ‘you can’t video us sir’.
Mr Escalante, a car enthusiast, took to his Instagram story to vent his frustrations against Crown Casino and the valet.
‘Just two of the last Aventadors…Crown’s insurance is going to be in pain,’ he wrote.
‘[It] sucks, lessons learned for everyone.
‘It will get sorted out and fixed by crown.’
He then said that the cars had been taken to a repair shop to be fixed.
Social media users were furious at the damage done to the luxury super cars.
‘Imagine crashing a lambo…..INTO ANOTHER LAMBO,’ one user wrote.
‘Homie thought he was in GTA [Grand Theft Auto],’ another wrote.
Footage taken shortly after the accident shows the valet in shock as he realises his costly mistake, claiming that the two pedals were too close together and accidentally accelerated
Crown Resorts confirmed that two vehicles were damaged in the driveway of Crown Towers Perth shortly after 9pm on Wednesday evening.
‘The safety of Crown’s team members and guests remains our priority.
‘We are conducting a full assessment of the incident together with those involved.
‘There were no injuries sustained from the incident.’