Picking up some pocket cash? £200k modified Bentley is spotted parked on double yellow lines opposite a bank where several Arab supercars have been left outside luxury Mayfair hotel

Mail Online | 8/7/2017 | Katie French For Mailonline
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Arab supercars worth a combined total of around £700,000 have been pictured appearing to park across double yellow lines outside a luxury Mayfair hotel.

Three modified cars including a Mercedes Benz G Class were photographed in front of the five-star 45 Park Lane hotel in London this afternoon.

Westminster - Council - Cars - Vehicles - Rules

Westminster Council said they were aware of the cars and they would be ticketed if vehicles were flouting rules.

It is not clear if the drivers are staying at the plush establishment, where prices for a double room start at £945 a night or had simply popped to the cash point opposite.

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The car which appeared to be stopped on the lines has been identified as a Bentley Bentayga, worth around £200,000.

Just behind the images show a customised Rolls Royce Phantom which would have set the driver back around £345k with a white Mercedes G Wagon - worth up to £100,000.

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A spokesman for Westminster Council said there were hundreds of parking enforcement agents scouring the borough during the week and said cars parking illegally would be ticketed.

In worst case scenarios cars can be seized or towed if cases escalate and the owners refuse to comply.

Days - Hoard - Supercars - Emirates - London

These pictures come just days after a hoard of supercars from the Emirates were photographed arriving in London.

For many, this marks the beginning of 'supercar season' where wealthy tourists from the Middle East bring their cars to London for...
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