PHOTOS:A Saudi’s fleet of golden supercars got handed several parking fines in central London


By staff writer

A Saudi tourist who flew his fleet of gold super cars over to London has received several parking fines after leaving the vehicles unattended in central London.The ostentatious collection of cars has an estimated value of over £1.2 million and includes a Lamborghini Aventador, a Mercedes G63 6×6, a Bentley Flying Spur, and a Rolls Royce.

April marks the early stages of “supercar season” in London. The summer period when the Middle East’s über-wealthy escape the heat by flying their luxury vehicles over and driving them through the city’s streets. Ferraris, McLarens, and other high-end motors can be seen swarming the streets of the most exclusive neighborhoods.

The tourists love it, but locals hate it. Following noise complaints from people who live in the area, the council banned drivers from revving their engines, racing, causing obstructions, and sounding their horns in the area, or they’ll face a £1,000 fine.