A music lover was gobsmacked when he discovered thieves had stolen two front seats from his car while it was parked at a festival.
Wilson Imrie, 25, could barely believe his eyes when he saw the £2,000 seats in his Ford Focus RS missing, in the car park of Creamfields in Daresbury, Cheshire.
Devastated Mr Imrie was forced to call a tow truck to take him and his friends on the eight-hour journey home to Fife in Scotland.
Wilson Imrie, 25, could barely believe his eyes when he saw the £2,000 seats in his Ford Focus RS missing, in the car park of Creamfields festival in Daresbury, Cheshire
He has now been saddled with an insurance excess payment of £600, to cover the damages down to his car.
Mr Imrie said: 'I was totally in shock. I couldn't believe it. It's not what you expect to happen at all.
'When you pay that much for a car and people just nick stuff. They are scum.. That's all you can really say about people that would do that to someone who is enjoying themselves at a festival.
'I wasn't very happy but there's not much you can do in that situation and being angry doesn't really help it.
'I will not be leaving my car on its own at a festival again. They would have stolen the whole car if I didn't have locks on the steering wheel. I will be really careful with where I'm leaving it now.'
Mr Imrie claims the seats are worth £1,000 each and because the thieves