Being a baby from the 1980s means that one of my favorite movies is Ferris Bueller's Day Off.

It's an epic, really.

There are two scenes I think most people associate with that flick. It may be the famous moment when Cameron leans on his father's Ferrari 250 GT California and it crashes out the back of the fancy schmancy garage into the woods below. Or, it could be when they valet the Italian stallion in downtown Chicago and both the attendants go on an adventure of their own. I mean, c'mon does it get much better than the jump scored to Star Wars?

Although it's stereotypical to believe valets do things like this, guess what, it isn't completely out of the realm of possibility. While we're sure you can find a slew of valet abusers via YouTube, there is an all-new clip making its way around the BMW community. That's because someone's M4 was featured in a "review" hosted by a valet.

Yeah, you read that right.

A valet used a patron's vehicle for a video review rife with incorrect facts and downright nonsense. Then, of course, they did some silly things with the vehicle.

According to forum members in touch with the valet company, the employee has been terminated and is not expected to have a job in that line of work any time soon.

To see this aspiring Jeremy Clarkson's handiwork, scope out the clip below.

WARNING: watching the video below *may* induce rage.

Movie after movie of funny, poignant, finely-crafted observations on teen life, and this is what I remember most.

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