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A locative complement before the direct object - is 'Do not park here your motorbike' correct?

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A complement before the direct object - is 'Do not park here your motorbike' correct?

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A complement before the direct object

I was walking with a friend and we saw a sign that said

Do not park here your motorbike. Thank you.

To me, it looks incorrect, and I think the correct sentence should be

Do not park your motorbike here. Thank you.

My friend insisted that the order of the words could be changed, though, and that the first sentence is correct.

Are both sentences correct?