McLaren driver slammed for leaving £175k supercar parked over two disabled bays

The driver of a McLaren supercar parked across two disabled spaces has been branded a "d***head".

Furious Facebook users slammed the motorist for blocking disabled shoppers from parking in specifically allocated bays, with the £157,000 vehicle.

No disability badge could be seen presented on the McLaren 570GT dashboard despite it taking up not one but two clearly marked spaces as it straddled the line between them, according to reports.

Snaps taken with and without another car squeezed up beside it at a Melbourne shopping centre in Australia were shared to a Facebook page called Australian Disability Parking Wall of Shame.

Comments piled in from members hoping the car which can reach 204mph on a race track, to be towed away as the owner appeared to have left it for the day.

A witness claimed the owner of the BMW parked next to it was a parent who struggled to open the back door to get a child inside as a result of the limited space.

The person who uploaded the photos to the Facebook page on Sunday said: "This d***head: 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."

Updating followers of the post, they later added: "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."

Others in the group piled in on the McLaren's owner.

One person commented: "The very definition of selfish and stupid. All that money and no sense."

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Another said: "I reaaaallly hope it got towed!"

Security at the shopping centre told Yahoo News Australia they were not aware of the incident.

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