Ferrari owner sues after hotel valet hands his keys to the wrong person

The owner of a £200,000 Ferrari supercar has filed a lawsuit against a Florida hotel and golf club, after its parking operator handed over the keys – to the wrong person.

In July 2017 at the Vinoy Renaissance St Petersburg Resort and Golf Club, James 'Skip' Fowler checked in and handed the keys to his Ferrari 458 Spider to the valet parking service, run by an outside firm. At around midnight, a man, accompanied by a woman, asked the valet for the keys to the Ferrari.