A photo of an $800,000 Lamborghini parked outside a Bunnings in Queensland has sparked a number of questions, with people wondering whether it belongs to a particularly wealthy tradie.
The Tradie Daily page posted a photo on Facebook of a Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster parked outside the hardware store posing the question: "Sparky or plumber?"
Two of the Lamborghinis are currently listed on CarSales.com.au for about $790,000.
As for what the supercar was doing parked outside a Bunnings, that’s anyone’s guess, but many people speculated about who it could belong to.
“Definitely a plumber’s,” one man wrote.
Another man jokingly suggested it had to be a plumber because a “sparky” or electrician “would have a ladder on the roof”.
“Definitely a builder that can't understand why his business is going under,” another man wrote.
People online joke about who wouldn't be driving flash car
Another man added: “we know it won’t be a mechanic” and another suggested it probably isn't owned by the people who run the famous Bunnings sausage sizzles every weekend.
“Won't be a welder that's for sure,” another man wrote.
According to ServiceSeeking.com.au, many trades bring in six figure salaries annually.
Plumbers can earn $110,000 while concreters, builders and carpenters can also earn more than $100,000.
However, even then labourers would want to have deep pockets as a major annual service for a Lamborghini Aventador costs more than $8000, according to UK-based Lamborghini dealership HR Owen.
‘Unreal’: Bunnings car park fail explodes online
It isn't the first time something in a Bunnings car park drew laughs from people online.
The driver of a hatchback recently sparked a lot of amusement after they were spotted leaving a WA Bunnings with a large pole in a particularly ambitious position.
Many joked about ways they thought the pole could come in handy for its new owner.
“Wow a jousting competition in the car park!! What people do for distanced entertainment?” one wrote in a comment.
“Obviously needed a new toilet roll holder after raiding the shops,” another said, referring to scenes of panic buying in WA due to a recent Covid lockdown.
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