Tayfun Ermis, 34, was a law unto himself as he drove around the capital, racking up the penalty charge notices.
But every time he was issued a £60 parking fine, he stuffed it into glovebox of his 211mph supercar and his other cars, an Aston
Martin and a Bentley – all of which were understood to have had the same fake ‘1TE’ registration plate.
Westminster Council eventually caught up with the prolific offender after he was jailed in 2011 for his role in a £375m cocaine case.
Ermis was sentenced to two years in prison for money laundering after officers seized one tonne of cocaine on a ship off the coast of Spain.
Police found the parking tickets crammed inside his Lamborghini, which they seized during a raid on a drug dealing gang.