Manchester City forward Carlos Tevez marked his second goal in Saturday's 5-0 rout of Aston Villa with a cheeky car-based goal celebration.
After having his luxury Porsche Panamera impounded by police on Thursday, the diminutive Argentinian ran along the touchline while miming driving a car.
The vehicle was removed by police during a routine patrol outside the Britannia Airport Hotel in Manchester.
The 28-year-old striker is no stranger to car seizures: in February 2009 his Bentley Continental GT Speed was removed by police near to junction 6 of the M60 in after it was found he did not possess a full UK driving licence.
Driving without a licence may invalidate any claims you make on yourcar insurance .
A spokeswoman for Greater Manchester Police said: "Shortly before 7.55pm on November 15 a traffic officer on patrol on Palatine Road, Didsbury, stopped a Porsche Panamera during routine inquiries.
"The officer spoke to the driver and seized the car under section 165 of the Road Traffic Act.
"The driver has now been summonsed for driving otherwise in accordance with a driving licence."
Copyright Press Association 2012