Marcos Alonso did not have the best of days against Manchester City on Sunday as Chelsea failed to do their usual trick of parking the bus.
And it seems as though the Spaniard has a habit of struggling when it comes to parking vehicles.
Alonso was spotted last Thursday leaving his Porsche Cayenne on the street.
He left the car on double yellow lines, with the vehicle also encroaching on the entrance into a one-way street.
The parking situation for the Cayenne, which costs around £60,000 for the average model, could net Alonso a fine of as much as £70.
Alonso has previously been arrested for an incident on the road. He was involved in a car accident in Madrid in May 2011.
He was driving a car that collided with a wall, and a 19-year-old woman, who was a passenger in his vehicle, was killed in the incident.
The car was travelling at 70mph in a 30mph zone. Alonso also had a blood alcohol level of 0.93 mg per mililitre of blood.
He was initially sentenced to 21 months in prison in February 2016, but the punishment was changed to a £53,000 fine and a driving ban of three years and four months, which it was decided had already been served.