The fleet of seven supercars worth a total of £3m that pick up daily parking fines outside London’s May Fair hotel… with a worker sent to simply pick up the tickets and carry on

  • Fleet of supercars are slapped with ‘daily’ parking fines near plush London hotel 
  • At least six of the pricey motors were pictured parked on single yellow lines
  • Man was pictured removing a parking fine from the £2.4m Bugatti Chiron
  • Swanky five star May Fair Hotel costs around £450-a-night for a regular room

Supercars worth a combined £3million were slapped with parking tickets outside an exclusive five star hotel in London.

At least six of the pricey motors were pictured parked on single or double yellow lines outside The May Fair Hotel in the capital’s most affluent district.

On Friday, a man was pictured hoovering up the fines that were attached to the cars’ windscreens, before heading back inside the hotel. 

Pedestrians lined up to take pictures of the stunning vehicles – which collectively are worth a staggering £3.3million and are believed to be owned by one lucky individual.

The impressive fleet, made up of the world’s fastest car brand Bugatti and luxury Italian icons including Ferraris and Lamborghinis, reportedly collect fixed penalty charges on a daily basis.

The most expensive vehicle of the collection of the lot, a £2.4m blue Bugatti Chiron, which can reach an eye-watering top speed of 304mph, was slapped with a ticket. 

A man collects what is understood to be a fine from the windscreen of a £2.4m Bugatti Chiron outside the exclusive five star May Fair Hotel in London

A man collects what is understood to be a fine from the windscreen of a £2.4m Bugatti Chiron outside the exclusive five star May Fair Hotel in London

A handful of the pricey motors were pictured parked on single or double yellow lines in the millionaire’s playground of Mayfair

A £150,000 Lamborghini Murcielago and a bright yellow Ferrari F355, which can be listed for upwards of £180,000 on Autotrader, were also pictured parked outside the hotel

A £150,000 Lamborghini Murcielago and a bright yellow Ferrari F355, which can be listed for upwards of £180,000 on Autotrader, were also pictured parked outside the hotel

The impressive fleet, made up of the world's fastest car brand Bugatti and luxury Italian icons including Ferraris and Lamborghinis, reportedly collect fixed penalty charges on a daily basis

The impressive fleet, made up of the world’s fastest car brand Bugatti and luxury Italian icons including Ferraris and Lamborghinis, reportedly collect fixed penalty charges on a daily basis

The most expensive vehicle of the collection of the lot, a £2.4m blue Bugatti Chiron, which can reach an eye-watering top speed of 304mph, was slapped with a ticket

The most expensive vehicle of the collection of the lot, a £2.4m blue Bugatti Chiron, which can reach an eye-watering top speed of 304mph, was slapped with a ticket

A £150,000 Lamborghini Murcielago and a bright yellow Ferrari F355, which can be listed for upwards of £180,000 on Autotrader, were also pictured parked outside the iconic May Fair hotel.

Two blue Ferraris, one a 488 and the other a 458, worth a combined £333,000 were also seen lined up outside the swanky hotel. A £100,000 red Ferrari F430, believed to be part of the same owner’s collection, was seen at the front of the fleet.

With just 300 cars built, the 1500bhp Bugatti Chiron is one of the most impressive hypercars ever assembled.

But the owners of these luxury cars are unlikely to fret over £130 parking charges. 

The five-star May Fair Hotel, which is just a short walk across Green Park from Buckingham Palace, costs around £450-a-night.

While regular rooms at the hotel won’t break the bank, staying at the penthouse suite costs around £3,000-a-night. 

Supercar convoys worth in the millions of pounds are regularly seen in the Mayfair area, where the wealthy relatives of sheikhs often descend each year. 

Pictured: Inside the £450-a-night May Fair hotel in London

Pictured: Inside the £450-a-night May Fair hotel in London

The five-star hotel, which is just a walk across Green Park from Buckingham Palace, costs around £450-a-night. Pictured: One of the bedrooms inside the hotel

The five-star hotel, which is just a walk across Green Park from Buckingham Palace, costs around £450-a-night. Pictured: One of the bedrooms inside the hotel

While regular rooms at the hotel won't break the bank, staying at the penthouse suite costs around £3,000-a-night. Pictured: The bar inside the hotel

While regular rooms at the hotel won’t break the bank, staying at the penthouse suite costs around £3,000-a-night. Pictured: The bar inside the hotel 

Motorists who choose to park on single or double yellow lines can receive fixed penalty charge notices of up to £130 in London, according to the AA.

The fine can also be halved if you repay it within a two week period.

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