Apprentice star James Hill has apologised after his vehicle was snapped parked in a disabled bay.
The above picture circulating on social networking site Twitter shows Chesterfield businessman Mr Hill’s Range Rover parked in the spot.
Twitter user @shoutsatcows, who posted the picture, tweeted Mr Hill saying: “Please can you stop parking in this disabled bay in Chesterfield.
“The parking space is for an 87-year-old dude with one leg, not for you to go shopping.”
The tweet, which has been retweeted 130 times, sparked a flurry of condemnation.
Mr Hill, who owns Chesterfield bar Havana Whites, said: “This incident happened at the apartment block where I live.
“I wish the family concerned had knocked on my door as I would gladly have moved my vehicle.
“I can only apologise for any inconvenience caused.
“I won’t be responding to any Twitter abuse.”
Mr Hill, 26, enjoyed an eight-week run on hit BBC show The Apprentice last year.