Man City manager Pep Guardiola gets a parking ticket then leaves traffic warden in stitches with cheeky response | The Sun

MANCHESTER CITY manager Pep Guardiola had a hilarious exchange with a traffic warden on Monday after receiving a parking ticket.

The Spaniard – who had left his car on a double yellow line – was seen speaking to the warden on a small street in Manchester.

As he approached the car, Guardiola was handed a parking ticket before the warden asked for a picture.

The Man City manager jokingly responded: "You want a picture? You have to pay for the picture!"

The exchange left the traffic warden and onlookers in stitches as Guardiola prepared to get back into the car.

Fans on social media also found it hilarious, with one person commenting: "Would pay good money to know the EXACT words that were running through his mind during that interaction."


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Another joked: "Tiki taka this tiki taka that. Always knew he couldn’t park it like Sean Dyche."

A third added: "Not very good at parking the bus."

While a fourth wrote: "Jose could park a bus in that space!"

Guardiola's parking fiasco came two days after Man City claimed a 1-0 win over Newcastle.

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Julian Alvarez scored the only goal of the game as the Citizens cruised to another three points.

They now sit second in the Premier League table, just behind Brighton on goal difference.

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