Someone should tell Ian Poulter his red Ferrari is illegally parked at Bay Hill

With no need for a private jet this week, the precocious Englishman decided to roll up in one of his Ferraris at Bay Hill.

When he's not busy calling a golf writer a "penis" on his account,  Ian Poulter typically spends his days tweeting all about his fancy cars, often Ferraris. Poulter, who is probably Isleworth's most famous resident since Tiger Woods moved to South Florida, apparently made the short drive over to Bay Hill on Thursday in his red Ferrari. It's parked right in front of Arnold Palmer's clubhouse in an area quite clearly marked as a fire lane. As the players have filed out and off the course, the car has not gone unnoticed, and Brandt Snedeker contemplated measures to indirectly have it removed:

Davis Love also pointed out that it's hard to imagine Poulter coming over with his clubs in the car.

So did Poulter's golf clubs get their own escort over to the course too?

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