A valet at a casino in Melbourne, Australia was duped into handing over the keys to a Ferrari F430 Spyder to someone who didn’t own the Italian sports car. Adam Ramsay, 32, managed to con his way into the supercar by claiming he had lost his valet ticket. Casino employees asked him to fill out a form with his personal information and pay a small fee before giving him the keys.
Police recovered the car six hours later, after finding it at a gas station outside the city.The Ferrari belonged to poker pro Van Marcus, who had been spending the evening with friends at Melbourne’s Crown Casino. Marcus was understandably furious about the situation, telling a Melbourne newspaper “I am very angry. I am really p—– off.”