Newcastle United star Callum Wilson fined for parking on yellow lines

Premier League star Callum Wilson receives parking ticket after leaving his £230,000 Lamborghini on double yellow lines less than a MILE from Newcastle’s St James’ Park stadium

  • Newcastle United striker Callum Wilson parked illegally on Tuesday afternoon
  • The injured striker received a ticket after leaving his car on double yellow lines
  • The parked the £230,000 Lamborghini Urus so he could go into a shop 
  • The striker faces a parking fine of £70, with a reduction if paid within 14 days 
  • Premier League striker Callum Wilson was fined after parking his Lamborghini illegally on double yellow lines so he could shop.

    The Newcastle United and former England hotshot’s £230,000 supercar was spotted by traffic wardens on a double yellow line.

    The 30-year-old striker had left his flash Urus motor on double yellow lines in the upmarket Jesmond suburb of the city.

    The parking warden was seen looking at the registration of the sporty SUV – which has a 0-60 of 3.6 seconds.

    A traffic warden spotted Callum Wilson's distinctive Lamborghini Urus parked on yellow lines in Newcastle on Tuesday afternoon

    A traffic warden spotted Callum Wilson’s distinctive Lamborghini Urus parked on yellow lines in Newcastle on Tuesday afternoon

    The traffic warden placed a parking ticket on the £230,000 supercar

    The traffic warden placed a parking ticket on the £230,000 supercar 

    Callum Wilson, pictured, who is a striker for Newcastle United, has been injured since December. He was photographed about a mile from the club's St James' Park stadium

    Callum Wilson, pictured, who is a striker for Newcastle United, has been injured since December. He was photographed about a mile from the club’s St James’ Park stadium

    He then issued a ticket and put it on the windscreen of Wilson’s 190mph car.

    The forward – out with a calf injury since December – had left his motor near shops and cafes just a mile from St James’ Park. The warden gave him the ticket at 2:40pm last Tuesday afternoon. It’s believed the ticket would cost upto £70 with a discount if paid within a fortnight.

    An onlooker said: ‘I was just walking down Acorn Road in Jesmond, near Newcastle and I saw the traffic warden looking at the car.

    ‘I instantly knew this was Callum Wilson’s car as it’s very distinctive and I have seen him in this car a number of times.

    ‘I just observed the warden giving the car the ticket. And Wilson didn’t come back for at least 20 minutes when I was there. It’s not like he was dashing into a shop for 30 seconds – he left his car on a double yellow line where there are regular wardens.

    Wilson signed for the Magpies in December 2020 for a fee of £20million from Bournemouth.

    He has been capped four times by the Three Lions scoring one goal.

    Newcastle United has been approached for comment.