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Angry locals leave stinking dead fish on 'rudely parked' £120,000 Aston Martin V8 Vantage

Angry locals in Devon have left stinking dead fish on the windscreen of a ‘rudely parked’ £120,000 Aston Martin. 

The sports car, believed to be a V8 Vantage, was spotted on September 3 parked in the private spaces of Salcombe fish quay.

The flashy Aston Martin racked up two separate parking tickets from the council, as it was thought to have been left there for quite some time. 

Angry locals left dead fish on the windscreen of a 'rudely parked' Aston Martin that was left for days in a space reserved for 'fisherman only'

Angry locals left dead fish on the windscreen of a ‘rudely parked’ Aston Martin that was left for days in a space reserved for ‘fisherman only’

Signs behind the ‘ignorantly’ parked car state that the spaces are not to be used by members of the public.

It reads: ‘Reserved parking for fisherman only.’

The car had been blocked in by a barrel containing chains, which weigh up to half a tonne, as well as having dead fish flung on to it. 

The model of the luxury sports car reportedly costs around £124,000.

The 'ignorant' car had also been blocked in by a barrel containing chains, which weigh up to half a tonne, at Salcombe fish quay in Devon

The ‘ignorant’ car had also been blocked in by a barrel containing chains, which weigh up to half a tonne, at Salcombe fish quay in Devon

The luxury sports car is believed to be an Aston Martin V8 Vantage (above), which reportedly costs around £124,000

The luxury sports car is believed to be an Aston Martin V8 Vantage (above), which reportedly costs around £124,000

A special edition of the vehicle also features in new James Bond film No Time to Die, which is set to be released in November.

One person posted the news on Twitter, quipping: ‘I wonder if it’s James Ponds Aston.’

The sports car has allegedly disappeared after being parked in the private space for a number of days.

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