Valet Crashes Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder Worth $220,000 In India

India Lamborghini Crash

Photos of a white Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder with its front end completely smashed up has been doing the rounds of the interweb since yesterday. According to the original Facebook post posted by BigBoyToyz, a dealer of sports and exotic cars in India, the Lamborghini was damaged by a hotel valet who took the keys from the owner in order to park it.

A report by automobile blog Motoroids says that the incident happened at the porch of a famous five star Hotel in the capital of India, New Delhi, The Le Meridien. It is unclear how the accident actually happened. According to eyewitnesses’ claims, the Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder first hit a Toyota Corolla parked nearby and then headed straight for a concrete wall as it was taken away by the valet. Needless to say, the owner might have stood there watching in disbelief. CCTV footage of the actual event is being sought for in order to determine who was actually at fault.

As for the Lamborghini, not only has its front end has been completely smashed, the rear view mirrors on the right has been ripped off as well. You can also see scratches on the right – most possibly as the result of its tryst with the Corolla. All said, it is quite likely that the car would be repairable. The Lamborghini would also be covered under insurance, although at this stage it is unclear if damages of this nature is covered.

Meanwhile, the Facebook post that published the images of the crashed Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder first is asking LeMeriden to be accountable and pay for the damages caused. It is unclear if the hotel would do so as many hotels have this clearly stated policy where they refuse to take responsibility for damages caused by a valet. Our thoughts are in the meantime with the hotel employee who was responsible for this crash. His identity has not been revealed yet and it is quite likely that he has been fired.

The news about this unfortunate Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder crash comes days after The Inquisitr had reported about the novel method in which a disgruntled Jaguar owner in India used donkeys to protest against a car dealer.

[Images Via Facebook]