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Gaining a Lambo (or five)

Convoy of five yellow Lamborghinis spotted cruising around Kensington and Chelsea

 

Someone once said: “Work until you feel a Lamborghini is cheap” and plainly the owner of a convoy currently in London has exactly that attitude.

 

Pictured here on Brompton Road opposite the former premises of La Brasserie, a fleet of five yellow examples of these supercars has been seen driving around Kensington and Chelsea in recent days. Plainly, if indeed the vehicles belong to one owner, here is a man living by the opposite mantra of Oscar Wilde’s: “To lose one parent may be regarded as a misfortune; to lose both looks like carelessness.”

 

Truly, however, most people would argue such a noticeable convoy to be nothing other than ostentatious. Get them parked!

 

Comments

9 comments on “Gaining a Lambo (or five)”

  1. What a fun person! I love their audacious lack of worry about what the snobs and bores think! As much noise as possible please chaps too – I love a bit of vrrrrooom vrrrooom!

  2. These people and their cars are a blight on the neighbourhood. Karen plainly has no knowledge of the disruption caused to residents.

    1. Without wishing to be rude I assume you to be another Essex type who come to the area for your weekly Harrods ‘shop’. Probably the only interesting thing in your week and your idea of fun!

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