A former councillor has slammed a Lamborghini driver in a sweary online rant claiming they flouted UK parking laws.

Former Buckinghamshire councillor Murray Harrold took to Twitter on January 5 to criticise the driver of a luxury sports car ‘parking on double yellow lines’ on Station Road in Gerrards Cross.

The former Conservative Chiltern District councillor stepped down last year after six years of service.

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He is often outspoken about issues in the county, including in the past criticising Aylesbury MP Rob Butler and Bucks Council over the smell coming from Olleco on Samian Way in Buckland, which he said neither is doing “fe*k all” about.

He included Thames Valley Police (TVP) and Bucks Council in his recent post in which he called the Lamborghini driver a “nerk” and “selfish git”, adding it was “bloody pointless” having parking measures if they are not policed.

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“’I have a posh car and don’t give a flying f**k about UK parking laws…’,” he wrote, mocking the driver.

Adding: “Bloody pointless having lines and restrictions if nobody is going to police them.

“That nerk in the Lambo not only parked on double yellows but managed to block the street as well. Selfish git.”