The Qatari royal family had a rude introduction to London parking laws when a ticket inspector clamped their exclusive motors - worth more than £1.5MILLION - as they sat outside their own shop.
The £1.2million Koenigsegg CCXR and £350,000 Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SuperVeloce were illegally parked outside the posh Knightsbridge department store, bought by the family three months ago, last week.
Crowds of shocked tourists watched in disbelief as a traffic warden first ticketed then clamped both the cars.
One of the cars - the beautiful 249mph Koenigsegg - is one of only six ever made, while only 350 of the Lamborghinis were built. But both were brought to a standstill when they were clamped, although the owners shouldn't have too much trouble stumping up the £150 release fee.