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Cars Fleet of fancy! Traffic wardens slaps £80 tickets on five luxury supercars - worth a combined £1million - after they line up outside Mayfair hotel in London

14:22  12 july  2018
14:22  12 july  2018 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Traffic wardens slaps £ 80 tickets on five luxury supercars - worth a combined £ 1 million - after they line up outside Mayfair hotel in London .

A fleet of supercars worth more than £ 1 million were all slapped with £ 80 fines after their owners illegally parked them outside a Mayfair hotel . The line - up flashy motors - including a blue Ferrari 458 worth £150,000, a Lamborghini Countach worth £250,000 and a Diablo worth £500,000

The threat of three points and an £80 fine hasn't seemed to deter these super-car owners who parked £1 million worth of luxury motors outside of a Mayfair hotel today.

Lamborghini's and Ferrari's polished and glistening in the sun were pictured parked in a row, each slapped with a parking ticket that probably won't be ruining their owners' day.

The sight of flashy cars roaring through the most affluent parts of the capital has become a regular summer occurrence by now, as the children of sheikhs and oligarchs descend on London each year with their sizable trust funds in tow.  

a blue car parked in front of a building: The threat of three points and an £80 fine hasn't seemed to deter these super-car owners who parked £1 million worth of luxury motors outside of a Mayfair hotel today © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The threat of three points and an £80 fine hasn't seemed to deter these super-car owners who parked £1 million worth of luxury motors outside of a Mayfair hotel today

The incredible array of cars include a blue Ferrari 458 worth £150,000, a Lamborghini Countach worth £250,000 and a Diablo worth a mind-blogging half million. 

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A fleet of supercars worth more than £ 1 million were all slapped with £ 80 fines after their owners illegally parked them outside a Mayfair hotel . The line - up flashy motors – including a blue Ferrari 458 worth £150,000, a Lamborghini Countach worth £250,000 and a Diablo worth £500

Fleet of fancy ! Traffic wardens slaps £ 80 tickets on five luxury supercars - worth a combined £ 1 million - after they line up outside Mayfair hotel in London . The threat of three points and an £ 80 fine hasn't seemed to deter these

It is not the first time the fleet has been seen in Mayfair before - an area that has become accustomed to visiting playboy racers from the Middle East and Russia showing off their vast wealth and sports cars. 

In the past, boy racers in supercars have led to the council imposing Public Spaces Protection Orders in Knightsbridge — which deal with 'excessive level of noise nuisance, annoyance, danger or risk of harm or injury'.

a car parked on a city street: The sight of flashy cars roaring through the most affluent parts of the capital has become a regular summer occurrence by now, as the children of sheikhs and oligarchs descend on London each year with their sizable trust funds in tow © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The sight of flashy cars roaring through the most affluent parts of the capital has become a regular summer occurrence by now, as the children of sheikhs and oligarchs descend on London each year with their sizable trust funds in tow a group of people walking on a city street: Lamborghini's and Ferrari's polished and glistening in the sun were pictured parked in a row, each slapped with a parking ticket that probably won't be ruining their owners' day © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Lamborghini's and Ferrari's polished and glistening in the sun were pictured parked in a row, each slapped with a parking ticket that probably won't be ruining their owners' day

And boy racers can be fined up to £1,000 for leaving their engines running while parked if they are causing a disturbance.

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Daily Mail. Fleet of fancy ! Traffic wardens slaps £ 80 tickets on five luxury supercars - worth a combined £ 1 million - after they line up outside Mayfair hotel in London .

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But the prospect of a fixed penalty notice and fine has failed to put off some wealthy drivers from flouting the law, with many still parking their pricey motors on double yellow and red lines.

a blue car parked in a parking lot: And boy racers can be fined up to £1,000 for leaving their engines running while parked if they are causing a disturbance. But the prospect of a fixed penalty notice and fine has failed to put off some wealthy drivers from flouting the law, with many still parking their pricey motors on double yellow and red lines © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited And boy racers can be fined up to £1,000 for leaving their engines running while parked if they are causing a disturbance. But the prospect of a fixed penalty notice and fine has failed to put off some wealthy drivers from flouting the law, with many still parking their pricey motors on double yellow and red lines

A spokesman for the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Council said: 'The Council first introduced Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs) in summer 2015 to address anti-social behaviour caused by high performance vehicles.

'Fixed Penalty Notices have been issued for a variety of offences including revving engines so as to cause a public nuisance, repeated sudden or rapid acceleration and playing loud music.' 

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