Just a couple of years ago my wife Shirley and I took a trip to Boston to take in a Red Sox game. We stayed at the Marriott Copley Place, a fine hotel that we managed to get on the cheap which included Red Sox tickets--otherwise it would have way out of price range.

Anyway, while parking our little 2006 Toyota Corolla in the adjacent parking garage, I heard the roar of a sports car long before I heard it. In moments it appeared, revving and screeching up the ramps to the same level we were on. Wow, what a nice Ferrari!  It was obvious the young valet of the hotel was having some fun at someone's expense. He managed to get it parked after a fashion. We made eye contact as we walked by to get to the elevator, and he had that look of, 'Please! Don't turn me in!' Of course I didn't. Nobody was hurt, besides we were on our anniversary vacation, and I didn't want anything to get in the way, especially some angry valet in the city of Boston.

So when I saw this video of a valet who crashed a half-million dollar Lamborghini while showing off, I thought of that useless valet.