A STRING of supercars including a Lamborghini Aventador worth over £271,000 were slapped with parking tickets outside a swanky London hotel today.
The flash motor lineup made up of McLarens, Ferraris and Rolls-Royces had Penalty Charge Notices stuck under their windscreen wipers outside the May Fair Hotel.
One of the cars with a ticket was a Ferrari 488 with a top speed of 205mph.
But the owner of the £200,000 twin-turbocharged Italian supercar will probably be able to afford the £130 fine — which even gets reduced to £65 if it’s paid within three weeks.
So the cost of the fine could ultimately set the driver back less than the cost of a single new tyre.
A busy City of Westminster traffic warden also issued a PCN to a luxury Mercedes-Benz G-Class, worth around £140,000 fresh from the showroom.
And a white Lamborghini also got stuck with a ticket in front of the £500-a-night hotel.
Some of the supercars appear to have been parked on single and double yellow lines in front of the building.
These misplaced motors aren’t the only performance vehicles to fall foul of the law in London.
In 2016, a fleet of Qatari-registered supercars were spotted around the capital covered in parking fines.
And last year, the driver of a £100,000 BMW i8 was hit with an £80 fine after parking illegally while visiting a diamond shop in Hatton Garden.
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