Father-of-two, Russel Page was left stunned after finding cannabis and white powder in his Vauxhall Adam courtesy car.
Russel had taken his car to Eden Vauxhall in Camberley, Surrey for a service and was handed the keys to the Adam as a courtesy vehicle.
Upon opening the boot, he discovered drugs, king size Rizlas and an assortment of personal belongings including half a bottle of wine.
Russel said: “I went in with my three-year-old son and my wife, and they’d run out of courtesy cars so they gave me a young female member of staff’s one instead.
“She handed me the keys and said it was a bit dirty inside but that was an understatement – there were lighters everywhere and ash on the dashboard.
“Bag of white powder”
“I went to the shops and when I opened the boot, it had a really strong smell of cannabis and there were two handbags in it, which I opened and found weed, a grinder, and a bag of white powder.”
Graeme Potts, founder and managing director of Eden Motor Group, declined to confirm the employee’s name and whether or not she had been fired.
Graeme said: “The vehicle was not prepared in cleanliness terms as it was not a courtesy car, it was somebody’s own car.
“He then returned to the dealership having detected a smell, and having investigated what it was found a bag in the boot.
“There was a holdall type bag, quite small, and in it was 3.4 grams of what is believed to be cannabis.
“There was no white powder in the car, there is a bag with a tiny bit of residue on the inside of it.
“The pictures we had taken at the same time have a bag with a tiny amount of residue and nobody knows what it is.”
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