Borussia Dortmund’s workforce bus was slapped with a £50 nice because it was parked up in Tynemouth.
It follows the membership’s 1-0 win over Newcastle United at St James’ Park in Wednesday’s Champions League conflict.
North Tyneside Council confirmed the automobile had been fined after parking on Grand Parade within the seaside city.
It added it might have a “phrase with Eddie and the lads” to see if they’ll “gather the nice for us… after they get their revenge” on 7 November.
Newcastle, who’re enjoying within the Champions League for the primary time in 20 years, can pay a go to to the Bundesliga membership subsequent month.
Eddie Howe’s facet performed their first group sport towards AC Milan in Italy, drawing 0-0, then thrashed Paris Saint-Germain 4-1 at St James’ Park.
North Tyneside Council confirmed it issued the Dortmund workforce bus with a nice.
In an announcement, the native authority stated: “Our Civil Enforcement Officers are obliged to problem a ticket when a automobile is parked in contravention to restrictions in place.
“We are able to affirm earlier as we speak, a £50 ticket was given to a bus parked on Grand Parade, Tynemouth. The cost will scale back to £25 if paid inside 14 days.
“If it makes it simpler for our guests, we can have a phrase with Eddie and the lads to see if they’ll gather it for us on 7 November after they get their revenge in Dortmund.
“We hope the ticket and the gray North East climate did not dampen their journey to our beautiful shoreline.”