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McLaren Supercar Driver Parks Over Two Disabled Spots In Melbourne

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McLaren Supercar Driver Parks Over Two Disabled Spots In Melbourne

A passerby in Melbourne was shocked to find a person without a disability sticker had parked over not one but two disabled spots.

To add insult to injury, the car in question was a McLaren 570GT, which retails from around $415,000 (£232,000) in Australia.

Pictures of the incident have been uploaded to the Australian Disability Parking Wall of Shame Facebook page.

Credit: Australian Disability Parking Wall of Shame
Credit: Australian Disability Parking Wall of Shame
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The person who uploaded the images wrote: "This d***head...parking in a disability spot when not disabled.

"But also having the audacity to Park in 2 DISABILITY spots and blocking in another car who for all they know have someone in a wheelchair that now can't get inside their car.

"Just to save their precious McLaren.

"Absolutely unbelievable, they've been here for a while too as someone's left a note on their windscreen."

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The original poster gave an update, saying the manager of the 670 Chapel St Underground Parking was trying to track down the owner of the vehicle. They believed they might not even have been in the shopping centre.

The driver has been understandably roasted on the Facebook page.

Credit: Australian Disability Parking Wall of Shame
Credit: Australian Disability Parking Wall of Shame

One person wrote: "Waste of a work of art on an actual piece of garbage. I'd park that car properly and I'd reverse in too."

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Another added: "I guess if they can afford a car like that and don't have a disability/permit that they couldn't care less about where they park and the price of the infringement assuming they're lucky enough to get one. Self entitled assholes."

A third said: "The very definition of selfish and stupid. All that money and no sense."

A different person posted a picture of the same incident, adding that a woman struggled to get her child in the rear seat because of the haphazard parking.

The manager of the car park was reportedly trying to get the vehicle towed so that it could be used by people with a disability sticker.

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Topics: Australia

Stewart Perrie
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