Video has emerged of a restaurant customer having a furious rant at a valet manager who he spotted ‘joyriding in his half a million dollar sports car with the license plate ‘FAILURE.’
The car owner, Joshua J Anderson, known on Instagram as ‘richyrich,’ describes on his personal website how he was standing outside the Montage Hotel after walking through the hotel garden over to a restaurant called Avrain Beverly Hills, when the incident happened.
Anderson says on Instagram that he had come out of the restaurant and he ‘watched [the valet] drive by with the top off, windows down, and a big smile on his face.’
The car, a Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster, was the only one at the time with a particular spec, said Anderson and was easy to spot because of the license plate.
Speaking to DailyMail.com, Anderson said he’s had a few friends try and encourage legal action but he hasn’t done so ‘as of yet.’
‘It’s a weird position for me because most of the staff on sight are friends of mine which is why everyone was confused by his actions,’ Anderson said.
‘The company has actually been avoiding contact with me after I had reached out to them — the hotel was contemplating banning me at one point because of the negative exposure that the video had brought them. Apparently the actions of the regional manager of the valet company is my fault that they’re being questioned about their practices,’ Anderson alleges referring to LAZ parking.
Video has emerged of a restaurant customer (pictured above) having a furious rant at a valet manager who he spotted ‘joyriding’ in his half a million dollar sports car
The customer claims he watched the valet manager (in a dark suit) joyriding and driving with the car’s top down
Anderson went on to say he watched the car drive past him in a location that he is has entrusted his car for around seven years since he moved to the area.
He says he’s worried it has happened before and if he hadn’t have come out of the restaurant at the exact time he did, he wouldn’t have known that his car had left the drive.
‘I believe he should be penalized for his actions to set an example that this isn’t how you treat others property,’ Anderson told DailyMail.com.
On his website
The video begins by showing heavily tattooed Anderson, who’s wearing shades and is dressed in a white t-shirt, black jeans and white sneakers, telling the valet manager to get out of his car.
He is soon heard is heard criticizing the valet manager for driving at speed with the top down.
With the Lamborghini’s door up, it takes the valet manager, who’s wearing a dark suit and brown shoes, a little while to get out of the car.
Anderson had been dining at the Hotel Montage’s 5 star restaurant in Beverly Hills
When he eventually does, a furious Anderson squares up to him continuing to show his displeasure.
It’s not clear what the valet manager is saying but he appears to be trying to defend himself.
The car’s owner is heard repeatedly accusing the valet manager of joyriding with customers cars ‘all the time.’
The valet then moves away from the argument as Anderson prepares to get back in the car gesturing at the valet manager and still accusing him of joyriding.
The car’s owner Joshua Anderson accuses the valet manager of joyriding with customers cars ‘all the time, right?’
Anderson climbs back into his car then throws a piece of paper out of the open window in the valet’s direction
Anderson then yells a profanity at someone off camera who may have passed comment on the situation.
The valet manager emerges back in to shot and moves over to the car once again as Anderson mentions his lawyers before climbing into the driver’s seat.
The valet manager shuts the driver’s side door.
‘Richyrich’ Joshua Anderson with two of his vehicles on his Instagram page including the car with the vehicle reg saying ‘Failure’
Anderson then throws a piece of paper out of the open window in the valet manager’s direction.
He proceeds to put his foot down and roars out of shot.
The car’s registration plate ‘Failure’ is clearly seen.
According to his website Anderson has dabbled in a range of business ventures, from ‘poker to real estate and everything in-between, cars or technology.’
He is now involved in a company that he’s turned into a state licensed business to a business cannabis distillate manufacturing brand.
He then puts his foot down and roars out of shot. The car’s registration plate ‘Failure’ is clearly seen