They have been enough! Owner of Aston Martin V8 Vantage in ில் 120,000 car left privately in Devon by angry locals ‘rudely parked’ in Aston Martin V8 Vantage
- Devon locals leave dead fish on Aston Martin V8 Vantage windscreen
- , 000 120,000 car ‘rudely parked’ in area reserved for fishermen
- The car was blocked by a barrel containing chains at the Salcomb Fish Quay
Angry locals in Devon stink of $ 120,000 Aston Martin’s windscreen that ‘rudely stopped’ dead fish.
The sports car, believed to be the V8 Vantage, was parked on September 3 in the private spaces of Salcomb Fish Quay.
The bright Aston Martin swindled two separate parking tickets from the congregation because it is thought to have been left there for some time.
Angry locals kept the dead fish for days in a place ‘reserved for fishermen only’ on Aston Martin’s windscreen that was ‘rudely parked’.
Signs on the back of the car parked ‘in ignorance’ indicate that the seats should not be used by members of the public.
It reads: ‘Parking is reserved for fishermen only.’
The car was blocked by a barrel containing chains weighing up to half a ton, as well as dead fish flying in it.
The model of the luxury sports car is said to cost around Rs 4,124,000.
The ‘ignorance’ car was blocked by a barrel of chains weighing up to half a ton at the Salcomb Fish Quay in Devon.
The luxury sports car is believed to be the Aston Martin V8 Vantage (above), priced at around 4 124,000
It also features a special edition of the vehicle New James The Bond film No Time to Die, which is set to release in November.
One person posted the news on Twitter: ‘I’m surprised this is James Bonds Aston.’
The sports car is said to have gone missing after being parked in a private place for several days.