Selfish drivers slammed for ‘self-entitled’ parking after £230k Ferrari & £150k Mercedes are dumped in illegal spaces | The Sun
ENTITLED supercar drivers have been blasted for having "more money than courtesy" after parking their motors in illegal spots.
People living in Melbourne, Australia, say they have been driven mad by owners of luxury models including Mercedes and Ferraris leaving their cars where they fancy.
A brand new Mercedes Benz coupe, worth a cool £150,000, was pictured shamelessly parked over a pedestrian crossing at Melbourne Zoo.
Fed-up, a passerby shared a snap of the brazenly parked motor on social mediaon Thursday with the caption: "This tool at Melbourne Zoo today."
Almost 1,000 people piled on to slam the driver in the comments on Reddit.
One user said: "Call a tow truck, these c**** have to learn they can't park where they want just because they gave a nice car."
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Another added: "Seems perfectly reasonable to walk on top of the car, or push a pram past it.
"It always amazes me when people with these expensive cars put them in such danger."
A third commented: "Can confirm on the way back to our car this car received a fine (although something tells me it won't phase this person)."
Meanwhile, another brazen supercar driver outraged other motorists by leaving their £230,000 white Ferrari in a clearly signed "no stopping" zone at a park in the city.
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A fuming passerby shared a picture of the illegally parked car on Reddit with the caption: "More money than courtesy."
One user said that particular car was a repeat offender in the area, with the driver often parking wherever they please.
Another blasted: "When you have that kind of money, a parking ticket is usually pocket change."
A second responded: "Entitlement. Take a photo, with registration plate included, and let the relevant council know."
In Melbourne, fines for parking offences range from £55 to £110.
Meanwhile near Dubai thousands of supercars stand rotting in a scrapyard after being dumped by wealthy owners too lazy to sell them on.
In scenes that would bring a tear to any supercar fan's eye, the world's most luxurious motors including Lamborghinis worth over £165,000 are left to collect dust out in the desert.
Each year, up to 3,000 cars including Lamborghinis and Aston Martins with eyewatering price tags get abandoned in Dubai.
From Rolls Royces and Ferraris to Bentleys and Mercedes – many worth millions of pounds – the once gleaming models are condemned to rot in the scrapyard.
Some have been dumped by high-flying businessmen who hit ruin before fleeing the country to dodge UEA's strict debt laws and potential jail time.
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Others are ditched by rich owners with so much cash they are too lazy to sell their cars second-hand.
In other cases, drivers have crashed their plush cars and decided they would have to splash out more on fixing it – so simply buy a new one and leave the pranged motors stranded.
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