A Pretoria woman is offering a R5000 reward for the return of the key to her multimillion-dollar Ferrari FF. The woman reportedly lost her car keys during an argument at a popular bar in Morelet Park, east of the capital.

The woman’s friend, Johnny Rockets, posted a photo of the key to the same model Ferrari, offering a reward. Rockett said replacing the key would set his friend back a whopping R120,000.

“The problem is that when ordering a car, the spare key costs an additional 39,000 rand. Not many people who drive these vehicles have a spare key, but these vehicles are usually sitting in their showroom or garage,” he said.

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TimesLive spoke to one of the owners of Jack Friday’s – the Pretoria establishment where the mysterious owner of a Ferrari FF lost her car keys. Alain Nemupachitu confirmed to the newspaper that last Sunday there was indeed an argument between the two women.

The argument between the two continued in the parking lot on Monday morning.

“Apparently there was another argument between the same people and then the keys were lost,” they said.

Meanwhile, Jean Bize, owner of Rock88 Bar and Braai, which is next door to Jack Friday’s, said the woman who owned the car approached them to view CCTV footage of the altercation and asked if she could put up posters offering a reward. for returning her keys.

“We watched the footage and you don’t see the keys falling to the ground. We searched everywhere in the parking lot, we even looked in the gutters,” Buis said.

Eventually they loaded the Ferrari aboard and towed it away.

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