A man from Leicestershire discovered a 'meet and greet' airport worker had allegedly used his car 'for the school run' when he got a £165 parking fine.
Scott Baines left his car at Heathrow Airport in February while he flew to Finland for work.
But the 34-year-old was shocked to receive a £165 fine when he returned, after his car was parked illegally while he was away.
The CCTV evidence shows that his BMW was parked outside a school in London, leading Scott to suspect the parking attendant had used his car to drop off their children.
Scott, a football coach, said: "I was completely horrified at the fact that someone has been carrying children in the back of my car when I know they are not insured, but also the penalties I incur now is a £165 fine.
"It is not only parking on the zig zags, he is also parked on the pavement outside a school which obviously is a danger to the children."
The company, Central Airport Parking, declined to comment.