Tommy Robinson just got a parking ticket and the traffic warden's face was priceless

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This video of a traffic warden laughing and smiling uncontrollably after he's slapped a ticket onto Tommy Robinson's bus is probably the best thing you'll see all week.

The smiling traffic warden told crowds outside the Old Bailey that he 'loved his job' as he happily slapped a parking ticket onto Robinson, real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon's bus, while it was surrounded by his supporters.

The 36-year-old former English Defence League leader was charged after he was caught 'aggressively confronting and filming' defendants in a criminal trial, and then posting the footage onto social media, which was in breach of a reporting ban, and occurred outside Leeds Crown Court in 2018, reports the Daily Mail.

Taking to Twitter, user @davemacladd wrote:

Enjoy your Saturday as much as the traffic warden who put a ticket on the Tommy Robinson bus

Many other social media users loved the video.

HT Daily Mail

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