Three gold supercars parked Knightsbridge got parking tickets. Britain’s most extravagant tourist, who apparently comes from Saudi Arabia, arrived in London with a fleet of gold cars and park them in Knightsbridge. All cars together are worth more than $1 million.
Mercedes G63 6×6, Lamborghini Aventador, gold Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe and Bentley Flying Spur were parked in Lowndes Street near the Jumeirah Carlton Tower Hotel in London’s Knightsbridge.
But the cars can be either golden or beaten-up, they will still receive a parking ticket.
Two separate $100 penalty charge got the Lamborghini, while the Mercedes and Bentley received one each.
The cars appear to be in the pay-and-display bay, which means the owner needed to purchase a ticket from the machine on the street.
If the owner pays within 14 days, the fines will be reduced to $50 each. But taken that he owns golden cars, we don’t think he cares to get 50% off.
But this is not the first time that exclusive cars belonging to the super rich people appear on London’s streets and get fines. Last year in November, Kensington council put a ban on motorists racing on the streets of Knightsbridge and revving the engines.
Many people gathered to take a look at the supercars and said that they were incredible and amazing. Well, they are indeed.