The driver of a £157,000 McLaren supercar has been branded a "d*******" online after being pictured parking across two disabled spaces.
The 570GT model was snapped in an underground car park in Melbourne, Australia without a disability permit visible, it is alleged.
Photos of the luxury motor have been shared on the Facebook page 'Australian Disability Parking Wall of Shame', where people have commented their outrage.
The person who uploaded the images wrote: "This d*******: 1. Parking in a disability spot when not disabled.
"2. 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."
An update was then issued, adding: "At 5;30pm they still hadn’t left and an angry note was left on their windscreen and sushi lol.
"Car Park guy came out trying to find the owner, it’s believed they’ve dumped it all day and aren’t even in the shopping centre. They’re trying to get it towed."
One person said: "The very definition of selfish and stupid. All that money and no sense."
Another added: "I reaaaallly hope it got towed!"
A second image shared online showed the car - which sells for upwards of £157,000 in Britain - parked very close to a BMW.
The McLaren 570GT has a top speed of more than 200mph and can reach 60mph in just over three seconds, the manufacturer says.