Totally agree with that. As well as extremely poor conduct, the "boss" has committed crimes here and shouldn't be allowed to get away with it Scott free. Even if no further action is taken, he might at least think twice about being so disrespectful to a customers car in the future.ori wrote: ↑Mon Apr 26, 2021 11:34 pm I’ve read all the replies on here. I’m sorry, but forget the compensation. The right thing to do is report them to the police. There are crimes here started with driving your car without consent. The speeding and reckless/dangerous driving is a bonus.
The moral and right thing to do is report it so others don’t suffer.
If the police don't do anything then I'm sure some of the forum members on here would happily post links to the video on his social media. Nothing defamatory just a "Watch these employees enjoy a customers car without any consent. They were especially impressed with its 0-60 time from a cold start. Would've been tragic if one of their own kids or family members was crossing the road at the time."