Mirko was the main character of a bad setback. Before he went on vacation, he and his girlfriend decided to park the car at the Easy Parking in Somma Lombardo, a cheap car park near the airport.Malpensa airport. It was August 8 and everything seemed to be quiet. But when the night of the 19th took back their car, it took a while to find him: the car was indeed in a different place. Only after 16 hours did they find it. And if the discomfort was not enough when they got in the car to go home, they noticed that the car was 300 km longer than when they left it in the parking lot.
The same is true Mirko Reale Ruffino that a complaint was lodged with the police headquarters in Lecco, where he lives. Mirko – as reported by Corriere della Sera – spent the night in the waiting parking lot before going to Magnago, 16 km away from the owner of another parking space. But there was the car, but not the keys. Only the arrival of a relative who brought him the spare key allowed him to leave the house.
An absurdity, if you think about it. But Mirko Reale Ruffino is not the only one who has had to undergo this treatment. On the same night, other people (about 50, he reported) experienced the same inconvenience, causing the carabinieri to intervene in the parking lot. Some went looking for cars in the streets of Somma Lombardo: Ruffino told about parked cars in the middle of the country, in front of the cemetery, in some cases with Fines.
But what happened to Mirko and all those other poor people? For the police, Reale Ruffino reported that the owner of Easy Parking justified himself by saying that an employee who had taken the cars to other parking lots had left and had the car keys with him. The managers of the parking garage in question, who have been active in the area for more than two years, do not deny the incident and confirm the inconvenience for which they apologize. The problem is that "the server jumped, so we did not know where the cars were parked", ie in which warehouses, because they use them in different neighboring locations. An absurdity. "Now we try to control the emergency situation, but we are still lagging behind with deliveries of half a day", they concluded.