Hotel pastry chef arrested over incident
Jamiroquai singer Jay Kay‘s £1 million Enzo Ferrari has been vandalised after he left it outside a Suffolk hotel for the night.
The car’s windscreen and side window were smashed while Kay was drinking in the seaside town of Aldeburgh.
A pastry chef from the Brudenell Hotel, where Kay was staying, was arrested today (March 3) in relation to the incident, reports the Daily Mail.
Kay said he had no idea why his car was attacked. “I just came out in the morning and discovered it,” he said.
Grahame Tiunion, operations director of Thorpeness and Aldeburgh Hotels, who run the Brudenell, said an internal investigation into the incident was being carried out.
“We have launched our own investigation and we cannot make any comment until we find out ourselves what happened,” he explained.
“All we know is that our pastry chef is in custody and is being quizzed by police.”