Westminster council is getting in a parking tizzy again, this time over drivers of supercars registered outside the UK parking illegally and then refusing to stump up the cash for tickets. An estimated £4m is outstanding because the council have no powers to trace the drivers so they've resorted to publishing the registration plates of the offending motors - an impressive roll-call of Bugatti Veyrons, Rolls Royce Phantoms and a Lamborghini Murcielago - to shame their owners into coughing up. Only last month, two more supercars belonging to the new owners of Harrods were clamped outside the shop by Kensington & Chelsea council. Westminster are asking the government to change the law, but somehow we think parking offences might be low on Cameron and Clegg's list of priorities. Photo by marcus_jb1973.
Supercar Parking Tickets Go Unpaid: Westminster Dismayed
Last Updated 17 August 2010