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Supercars including a £271K Lamborghini Aventador slapped with parking tickets outside Mayfair hotel


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.

 This Lamborghini Aventador was one of several supercars to be slapped with a parking fine

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This Lamborghini Aventador was one of several supercars to be slapped with a parking fine

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.

 A traffic warden caught up with the illegally parked 217mph beast

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A traffic warden caught up with the illegally parked 217mph beast
 Other supercars including a McLaren, a Rolls-Royce and another Lambo also received fines for parking in the same place

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Other supercars including a McLaren, a Rolls-Royce and another Lambo also received fines for parking in the same place
 A Ferrari 488 at the front of the grid got slapped with a fine as well
A Ferrari 488 at the front of the grid got slapped with a fine as well
 The owner of this Ferrari probably won't be too fussed about the Penalty Charge Notice

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The owner of this Ferrari probably won’t be too fussed about the Penalty Charge Notice
 A G-Class Merc was also written up for parking at the front of the May Fair hotel
A G-Class Merc was also written up for parking at the front of the May Fair hotel

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.

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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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