Two high-end supercars thought to be worth more £400,000 in total have been seen parked in a deserted Liverpool City Centre during the coronavirus lockdown.
The eye-catching motors were spotted today parked up in Old Hall Street and Bixteth Street in Liverpool's now deserted business district.
The red car is thought to be a Ferrari F8 Tributo, while the other is a McLaren 720s.
Both cars retail at more than £200,000 each when bought new.
Last month, Liverpool City Council lifted restrictions on resident parking in the city centre in a move to support those now working from home or self-isolating through the coronavirus epidemic.
But City Centre Councillor Nick Small – who has spoken out about other supercars parked inappropriately in the city in the past – raised questions about these expensive vehicles, which residents said had not been seen in the area before.
He said: "People should be staying at home, only making essential journeys and keeping each other safe."
A local resident, who didn't want to be named, said: “Everyone who lives round here has been talking about them because we’ve never seen cars like that parked round here.
"I got quite a shock to see it parked behind my car because it really sticks out.”