MILLIONAIRE England star Jordan Pickford could be in trouble after he was seen parking his £160,000 4×4 in a disabled space.
The goalkeeper, who earns around £60,000-a-week with Everton, was pictured stepping out of his Lamborghini Urus at the Trafford Centre in Manchester.
The incident, which happened on Thursday lunchtime, could land 25-year-old Pickford with a fine of between £40 and £80, if no Blue Badge was displayed.
Fines can be reduced by up to 50 per cent if paid within two weeks – but Pickford could yet see himself in further trouble.
Local authorities have the power to increase fines as they see fit with a maximum penalty of up to £1,000.
World Cup hero Pickford, who appeared to be alone, later drove out of the car park travelling the wrong way.
He made headlines for the wrong reasons a month ago after being involved in a pub scrap after an all-day drinking session.
Shocking footage emerged of Pickford throwing two punches in Sunderland after a group targeted his fiancee, Megan Davison.
He had laughed off earlier taunts including "butter fingers" and "small arms" but exploded when they called her "a fat c***".
Manchester United star Paul Pogba parked his £250,000 Rolls-Royce in a similar disabled bay at the Trafford Centre back in January.
That came a month before Roberto Firmino was spotted parking his Lamborghini Urus in a disabled bay in Liverpool.
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Last year, heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury was slammed by a charity for repeatedly parking his Range Rover and Rolls-Royce in a hotel disabled space.
Pickford, who is engaged to childhood sweetheart Megan, is expected to start when Everton face Burnley in the penultimate game of their Premier League campaign on Friday night.
The Toffees face Tottenham in their final game next Sunday.
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