A FLEET of supercars worth in excess of £3million were abandoned on yellow lines outside a luxury London hotel.
At least six of the supercars were pictured illegally parked with multiple tickets being applied to their windscreens.
A poor bloke had the job of collecting up all the fines before heading back inside.
But it seems the owners couldn’t be bothered to come down to sort it, as one poor chap was pictured scurrying around collecting up all the fines for them.
The cars were pictured outside the famous London May Fair Hotel which is a five-star stay costing up to £3,500 a night.
A fine of £130 per car is on the cards but the cost of a parking fine is unlikely to worry these drivers.
Among the fleet of supercars is a Bugatti Chiron with a 304mph top speed and staggering £2.4million price tag.
Asked about hypercars like the Andy Chiron and the electric future he was confident the brand will continue to have huge appeal to the right people.
“Accelerating quickly is easy, but to achieve and hold big speeds is much harder with today’s tech.
“The amount of energy drawn down from the battery means massive heat and we’re not quite at the 300mph point yet.
“I reckon they’ve got it to about 250mph reliably, but they’ll get there. There’s no question about that.”
It’s joined by a bright orange Lamborghini Murcielago which is an older model but in some forms now fetches up to £700,000.
Also parked up is a rare Ferrari 458 Speciale, of which only 499 were ever made. Prices for these are already beyond £400,000.
A bright yellow Ferrari 355 also features which fetches around £100,000 at today’s prices and a bright red Ferrari 360 which can cost around £70,000 in good condition.
London is a playground for the rich during the warmer months and supercar sightings are a regular occurrence.
It’s not uncommon for extremely wealthy supercar owners from the Middle East to ship over their fleet, hiring out entire floors of Knightsbridge carparks to store them.
The borough of Kensington and Chelsea has even installed noise cameras to catch supercar owners driving too quickly and causing a nuisance.
The supercars were worth in excess of £3million. The May Fair hotel charges up to £3,500 per night for a stay. The supercars had multiple parking tickets on their windscreens.
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