Negotiating parking barriers
and finding an empty space in a busy multi-storey often takes time, however, this is not the case for record breaker Brodie Branch.
The valet, who works at Gatwick Airport's Meteor car park, managed to smash the time taken to successfully navigate 50 vehicles into bays.
He was challenged by his employer to have a go at the challenge, and he set a new record with a time of 22 minutes and 16 seconds, according to ThisisSussex.co.uk.
"During my 27 years at Meteor I've valet-parked more than a quarter of a million cars but I've never achieved anything quite like this before. Being up against the clock, my adrenaline surged higher and higher with each car, so when I parked the 50th and saw the time, it was an amazing feeling," he explained.
While the feat is impressive, it is probably best not attempted by amateurs. This was highlighted in October last year, when a driver in Holland was injured after his car crashed through a wall on the third floor of a multi-storey car park before dropping 30 feet to the ground below.
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