Video: Valet attendants caught on video abusing hotel guest’s cars
If you’re one of those people who don’t trust valet attendants with your expensive rides, then we’d be smart to give you a little heads-up: you probably shouldn’t be watching this video of a number of valet attendants working at the Hyatt in St. Louis just abuse the cars belonging to the hotel’s guests.
Among the appalling acts being on these cars by the hotel’s valet staff include revving up the engines, burning out the tires, drifting, and doing donuts – without any of the owners knowing about it.
It wasn’t until someone called “valet underground” started posting these videos on YouTube did Hyatt’s management find out about what’s going on in the hotel’s lower basement. Since then, Hyatt has fired AAA Valet, the valet company whose employees were responsible for these shenanigans, and has replaced them with a local valet agency from St. Louis.
Even if you weren’t aware that your car was being driven outrageously and dangerously floors below where you are, it’s still pretty traumatizing to find this kind of action from people you – supposedly - trust your cars with.