This is why people at Walmart think Rolls-Royce drivers are asshatsS

For part 87 of our continuing report: "Wealthy People Being Cheap," we turn to Freehold, N.J., where the owner of a Rolls-Royce Phantom needed to stop into Walmart for savings — but didn't want to skimp on the parking spaces.

Notice that not only is the Phantom parked in a deserted portion of the lot, it's positioned to take up four slots, likely to prevent the chances of other shoppers parking nearby and spreading their poverty cooties. But it's also historic: if the driver bought groceries, it would be the first time anything inside a Rolls Royce was labeled "Great Value."

Hat tip to George!