Gordon Ramsay has been warned he is routinely breaking the law in his new £1.63million supercar.
The chef took to the roads last week in the Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta.
Just 150 of the convertibles are being built and all were sold in advance before the model was officially confirmed.
But the star’s white 950hp speedster appears to have hit a legal problem. It was displaying just one number plate – with a personalised registration using the TV chef’s initials – at the rear while he was showing off in London.
The petrolhead, 49, who already owns nine Ferraris, got his first as a present after achieving three Michelin stars.
“The main purpose of having two number plates is to make vehicles readily identifiable for the purposes of law enforcement, road safety and the collection of vehicle excise duty.
“Members of the public who report incidents to the police are often aided by both the front and rear number plates.
The Aperta is powered by a 6.3-litre V12 motor, assisted by a hybrid system similar to the kinetic energy recovery system used in Ferrari’s F1 car.