A box junction in Hackney has raked up nearly £1 million in fines.
The box marked on the road outside Homerton Fire Station is to be kept clear to ensure that emergency vehicle can make a quick exit through the junction.
The box junction collected £989,533 from February 2013 - January 2014, averaging around 40 motorists being fined everyday.
However critics say that the camera, which is permanently trained on the junction, is a simple way to generate more money.
These figures were a result of a freedom of information request by the Evening Standard.
Mia Barnes, who lives in Hackney, told The Evening Standard: “My fine was issued despite the fact I was not actually in the box. My wheel touched the paint at the edge of it.”
London Live’s Jake Tupman was at the junction.