Watch Marcus Rashford narrowly escape parking fine on '£280K' McLaren

Watch Marcus Rashford narrowly escape getting a parking ticket on £280,000 McLaren by seconds – as he arrives at supercar when attendant is about to dish out a fine

  • Player previously incurred the wrath of attendants on a shopping trip in July 
  • Rashford sped off in the supercar at pace after arriving in the nick of time 
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A video of Marcus Rashford narrowly avoiding a parking ticket on his McLaren super  car has gone viral on social media. 

The clip appears to show the Manchester United starlet just seconds from incurring a fine for leaving his vehicle in laissez-faire style whilst on a shopping expedition. 

Filmed over a month ago, Rashford is seen arriving in the nick of time as a waiting traffic attendant ponders whether to penalise the McLaren 765LT – worth an estimated £280,000 – which appears deserted on the kerb perched over double yellow lines. 

The forward wastes no time opening the driver’s scissor door, before speeding away and avoiding punishment. 

The incident isn’t the first time that the 25-year-old has had a narrow escape leaving his car on a double-yellow. 

Marcus Rashford narrowly avoided picking up a parking penalty last month in his McLaren

The star forward arrived in the nick of time whilst a parking attendant lingered ominously, before speeding off in the £280,000 supercar

The Man United was unable to feature this weekend against Fulham after picking up an injury

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In July, the player abandoned his £700,000 Rolls-Royce Black Badge Wraith outside of a jewellers in Chesire whilst indulging in a spot of retail therapy alongside team-mate Tyrell Malacia. 

Once again, Rashford escaped penalty as he and Malacia enjoyed a 20-minute private browse in the store, before stopping to sign autographs for young fans. 

One young supporter was even wearing a ‘Rashford 10’ United shirt as he shared a moment with his icon. 

Rashford is a noted car enthusiast, and also owns a Rolls-Royce Black Badge Cullinan, and a Lamborghini Urus Peformante, worth £350,000. 

But Rashford suffered a nasty accident in his Black Badge Wraith in September after crashing the car into another being driven by a 74-year-old woman. 

The player immediately checked to see if she was okay and exchanged insurance details with her. 

Both drivers escaped the incident unscathed, but were described as ‘badly shaken’. 

Whilst Rashford has yet to comment on the video circulating, the star kept a closer eye on social media as he responded to ‘malicious rumours’  being spread by a Man United fan channel on Monday. 

The player took umbrage with noted channel The United Stand after they published a video titled ‘Rashford’s future in doubt?’. 

The forward was quick to reply to the post on X (formerly Twitter), writing: ‘Please STOP spreading malicious rumours’. 

The England international signed a new bumper contract with the Red Devils worth £300,000-a-week ahead of their current campaign, but is currently suffering a dip in form after a blistering 2022-23 season. 

Rashford previously sailed close to the wind when he parked on double-yellow lines during a shopping trip with Tyrell Malacia

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Rashford is a noted car enthuasiast, and owner of several Rolls-Royces and a Lamborghini

The 25-year-old has been enduring a dip in form but will be keen to turn things around when back to full fitness

Rashford has netted a solitary goal in 14 appearances across all competitions thus far in stark contrast to his 30 goals for his boyhood club during head coach Erik ten Hag’s debut season at Old Trafford. 

Despite outside concerns over his form, Ten Hag told club channel MUTV that he is ‘sure that he will be back on track’.

He added: ‘I see him in training performing so well so I think that before long, he will be back on track. He will make a lot of goals for us and he will be so very important for us.

‘Once we find our rhythm, once the team finds its rhythm, it is also easier for him.’


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