Jason Manford spots unusual approach to parking regulations in Glasgow


COMEDIAN Jason Manford spotted an unusual approach to city centre parking regulations last night.

The 35-year-old funnyman spotted a large penis drawn on the roof of a car parked on double yellow lines in Glasgow.

Manford, who’s in the city as part of the Chitty Chitty Bang Bang musical tour, shared the rude artwork with his 1.3 million Facebook fans.


The comedian spotted the rooftop penis after performing in a show in Glasgow
The comedian spotted the rooftop penis after performing in a show in Glasgow


Posting yesterday, he shared the image with the caption: “Glasgow traffic wardens are a little more pragmatic in their approach to illegal parking!”

The rooftop phallus has been liked and shared nearly 7,000 times as Facebook users reacted to his weird picture.

The photo, taken from Manford’s city centre accommodation, provide an aerial view of the white penis which has been sketched on the hatchback’s black roof.

The car, which appears to be a blue Toyota Aygo, is parked on double yellow lines outside the King’s Theatre in Glasgow, where Manford’s show was taking place.

The outline of a penis, complete with testicles, has been drawn onto the car’s black roof in what appears to be white tape or paint.

Facebook users were quick to react to the comic’s funny photo.

Ashley Magee wrote: “Only in Glasgow! Hope you’ve enjoyed your stay.”

Lesley Gilmour commented: “Welcome to Glasgow Jason!”

Jon Monahan added: “The best of Scottish wit!”

Whilst Candice Michelle Flynn said: “The best part is it could be there for ages as who honestly looks on their car roof?”

Manford is currently touring the UK with Chitty Chitty Bang Bang The Musical and plays the role of Caractacus Potts.

The comedian shot to fame with his observational stand-up routines and presented The One Show before stepping down as a result of a ‘sexting’ scandal.

Manford admitted exchanging explicit messages with a host of women despite being married and left his role with the BBC show.

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