Gatwick Airport parking scam - shocking pictures show cars abandoned in muddy fields

Astonishing pictures show the extent of a £1.4m Gatwick Airport 'meet and greet' parking scam in which cars were dumped in muddy fields.


Asad Bashir Malik, of Jura Close in Crawley and his company London Parking Gatwick Ltd were busted after trading standards were told that more than 1,000 vehicles were being parked in a field in Bonnetts Lane. Click here to read the full story.

Cars were left dumped in muddy fields instead of the promised secure compound

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Many cars were damaged when they were looked after by the company
Asad Bashir Malik was jailed for 14 monthsand disqualified from being a director for four years
Trading standards were tipped off that more than 1,000 cars were being stored in a field
The lucrative business had a turnover of 1.4million
The case went to trial at Brighton Crown Court, with the company and Malik being found guilty
Pictures showing the extent of the scam have since been released
Fake customer reviews were found on the company's website
West Sussex County Council released pictures after the sentencing