Owner of £85k Porsche slapped with 10 parking tickets after he failed to display permit in his own space

The black Porsche 911 has ten penalty notices stuck to its windows (SWNS)

The owner of a luxury sports car is facing a fine of hundreds of pounds despite parking in his own space – because he failed to display his permit.

The black Porsche 911 has ten penalty notices plastered across its windows – amounting to a £400 bill – which could DOUBLE if not paid within 21 days.

Five parking tickets are placed under the windscreen wipers, four on the driver’s window and one in the small rear driverside window.

The owner of the luxury sports car faces a hefty fine despite parking in his own space (SWNS)
Five parking tickets were placed under the windscreen wipers, four on the driver’s window and one in the small rear driverside window (SWNS)

The £85,000 car belongs to a man living in North Point, a block of expensive, waterfront flats in Gloucester Docks.

The neighbouring car park is believed to be owned and run privately.

One neighbour, who asked to remain anonymous, said: ‘He just doesn’t give a ****.

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‘Last year he must have been on of the most ticketed drivers in the UK.’

The car is also untaxed, according to a Government website, and it had been due to paid by March 22.

Kevin Burge posted a picture of the vehicle on Twitter, commenting: ‘Is this the most ticketed car in #Gloucester or even the UK?

The car – which cost around £85,000 new – is also untaxed (SWNS)
The tickets amount to a £400 bill for the car’s owner (SWNS)

‘The guy is even parked in his own space but not displaying his permit. Madness. Ban private parking companies.’

Each ticket costs a minimum of £40, if paid within a 21-day window, amounting to £400.

But fines double if not paid in time – so this could see a hefty increase to £800.

A passerby, who took the picture at Lock Warehouse car park, said: ‘I thought I was having a bad day until I saw it.’

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