Entitled Melbourne supercar drivers park illegally

Two luxury car drivers have been slammed online for their bad parking in recent days.

A 2022 model Mercedes Benz coupe was snapped brazenly parked across a pedestrian crossing Melbourne Zoo on Thursday.

The picture was shared to Reddit with the caption: “This tool at Melbourne Zoo today.”

“Oh look, a c**t,” the top rated comment responded.

A pile-on of infuriated social media users said the car should have been towed, or at the very lesat, received an infringement.

One person, who claimed to be at the zoo yesterday, said the car had been fined but suspected it would mean little to the presumably wealthy driver.

“Can confirm on the way back to our car this car received a fine – although something tells me it won’t faze this person,” they said.

In the City of Melbourne local government area, where the zoo is located, fines range from $92 to $185 depending on the offence.

The second car to cause a stir was a white Ferrari parked in a well-marked no stopping zone at a park in Melbourne’s outer suburbs.

“More money than courtesy,” the caption read.

The disgruntled community suggested a range of punishments including “income-based” fines or a loss of demerit points for the arrogant high roller.

Another said the Ferrari driver was a repeat offender in the area, describing a time it was parked across multiple carpark lines to avoid being too close to other cars.

The car park is understood to be at the 10000 Steps Walk in the Dandenong Ranges.

Originally published as Entitled supercar drivers park illegally in Melbourne

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