A man whose car was left covered in mud by a company which offered 'off-site' parking near Gatwick has spoken out against those responsible.
More than 1000 vehicles - thought to belong to holidaymakers - were discovered by police in a boggy field near the airport.
Five companies suspected of operating illegally at the site are now under investigation.
Kingsley Raffael says the company he used tried to hide the mess:
More than 1,000 cars have been left unattended in a muddy field by companies promising to provide 'off-site' parking for Gatwick Airport.
More than 1,000 cars have been left unattended in a muddy field by five companies promising off-site parking for Gatwick Airport.