A TEACHER left his Jag with a parking firm while on holiday and returned to find a worker pleasured himself in it.
Nick Salter, 27, discovered recordings of the deed on its dash-cam.
Nick Salter discovered recordings of the deed on its dash-cam He now wants to sell his £21,000 XE R-Sport as he feels it has been violated
He now wants to sell his £21,000 XE R-Sport as he feels it has been violated.
He was driving back home when he noticed it had clocked up a few miles while he was in Majorca.
A wire was also pulled out of the dash-cam, as if someone tried to disable it.
But that was just the rear-view cable, and the front was still active — with audio.
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Nick said: “He didn’t realise it but he was being recorded as he sat in the driver seat of my car.
“When I played it back, I could hear him pulling his trousers down, then porn from his mobile along with his heavy breathing and other sounds which gave away what he was doing.”
He demanded a refund and valet from A38 Meet & Greet near Bristol Airport — but claimed the boss has blocked his messages.
Nick, of Cardiff, said: “It’s a disgrace. I’ve had to pay to have it cleaned myself.
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“I’m thinking about selling it. It’s a bit like having your home burgled.”
A staff member at the company, who would not give his name, said a worker has been sacked.
He added: “I have seen a video and you can’t actually see any evidence of what he was doing.
“I have offered the customer a full refund.”