Don't let peasants or sandal-wearing hippies tell you otherwise - money is good.
You can buy an electric blue Lamborghini SV and an electric blue Koenigsegg CCX. You can then buy something called a ‘Harrods' to park them next to...
This money is good of course, until you encounter The Traffic Warden - a creature which feels no pain, fear or pity.
Exhibit A: these two super-exclusive exotics were clamped right outside Harrods on Brompton Road, with a collective value of around £1.8m.
While aforementioned sandal-wearing hippies and peasants will probably rejoice in the muzzling of these fine automobiles, remember this - they're owned by the family which bought Harrods for £1.5 billion.
Getting them unclamped - and it's a wild guess here - will not be an issue...