A MOTORSPORT enthusiast says he was told not to use a Huddersfield car park because he was driving a modified motor.
Engineering student Tony Russell says he was told neither he nor his souped-up Rover 25 would be welcome at the multi-storey next to Queensgate Market.
Tony, 19, of Aspley, said a parking attendant approached him as he was driving out of the car park. The official said he did not want kitted-out cars in the busy multi-storey.
He added: "I was driving down the exit ramp when a parking attendant stopped me and said: `We don't want your sort in the car park.'
"He told me not to come again. I wasn't speeding and I'd paid to use the car park.
"I park there normally every day.
"It's annoying. They're putting me in the same bracket as boy racers. It's discrimination. I just like modified cars. I'm not a boy racer."
A Kirklees Council spokesman said: "Mr Russell is invited to contact the Kirklees Car Parking Office on 01484 223222 to discuss this alleged incident in more detail. He is more than welcome to use council car parks."