Justin Bieber was thrilled when he got his customized neon blue Ferrari 458 Italia in August last year.
But alas, familiarity breeds contempt and the Canadian pop star apparently managed to LOSE the vehicle, after a night out on the town.
The young star apparently parked the luxury sports car at a fancy Beverly Hills hotel before heading out for a night on the town - but forgot where he left it.
It took three weeks for an assistant to finally track the supercar down to the parking garage of the upscale Montage Hotel where The Biebs had left it in the care of valets, the UK's Daily Star reported Sunday.
The Ferrari 458 Italia starts at a pricey $240,000. But that's just small change for the 22-year-old Sorry singer who's worth an estimated $200 million.
And while his team were tracking it down, he had plenty of other luxury vehicles to choose from including his $1.4 million Ferrari LaFerrari, a couple of Lamborghini's, a Fisker Karma, a Porsche Turbo and an Audi R8.
According to the Daily Star Sunday, Bieber had driven his blue Ferrari to the Montage hotel to meet up with pals before going clubbing in Hollywood.
But after his fun night out, he couldn't recall where he'd driven it to or where he had left it.
'She was in a real state of panic and almost cried with relief when we told her the Ferrari was safe in a covered spot here,' a member of the hotel's valet team told the British newspaper.
'Celebrities will leave one of their vehicles with us in between stays so it's ready for them to use as soon as they check-in. We all assumed Justin had done that.'
Bieber loves to take his fast cars out for a spin and has been pulled over a few times for speeding.
In July, 2012, cops stopped him for going over the limit in a residential LA neighborhood in his chrome Fisker Karma that was given to him for his 18th birthday by friend and manager Scooter Brain.
In August 2015, he was ticketed for unsafe passing after he was caught speeding down a residential street in Beverly Hills in his blue Ferrari.
He also got into trouble in Canada in 2014 after crashing his quad bike into a minivan, and he racked up six speeding infractions while driving a white Lamborghini Aventador in Dubai in May 2013.