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Video Diversion: Vince Neil Vs. Valet Parking

03:01 PM Monday 8/27/12 | |

Anyone who has run into trouble retrieving a vehicle from valet parking can probably relate to the Mötley Crüe frontman’s frustration when he was refused his auto even though he could see it across the parking garage’s floor.

The scenario is simple enough. As first reported by TMZ, Vince Neil tries to pick up his car at the Planet Hollywood parking garage in Las Vegas. Hilarity, as well as multiple f-bombs erupt when the rocker can’t produce his claim ticket.

Quoting unnamed sources, TMZ says police were called to the scene only to find that Neil had already left. No report was filed, according to the celeb gossip site.



While the video might be described as yet another example of rock stars behaving badly, anyone who’s ever had problems with valet parking can probably identify with Vince’s behavior. Especially if you’ve read this recent Jalopnik article about what might happen after you give your keys to the attendant.

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