Looks good! Cody Simpson gets a Gold Coast parking ticket – minutes after his first swim practice since leaving quarantine
He rose to fame as a musician and is now training to compete in the 2024 Paris Olympics.
But Cody Simpson proved on Wednesday that he is certainly not above the law, as his Mitsubishi Wagon received a parking ticket for the Gold Coast Aquatic Center.
Miley Cyrus’s ex-boyfriend, 24, appeared to be parking his vehicle in a no-park zone close to the site minutes after he’d trained for the first time since completing his mandatory 14-day hotel quarantine.
Oh no! Cody Simpson proved he is definitely not above the law on Tuesday when he walked back to his Mitsubishi Jeep after his first practice since his mandatory 14-day quarantine to find out he had been hit with a parking ticket.
However, the winner of The Masked Singer didn’t seem to be paying much attention when he opened his car door, presumably on his way to rest after a long day in the water.
For the outing, the blonde star looked cool and casual in a white T-shirt, black shorts and black sneakers that he paired with a baseball cap.
Cody is currently preparing to swim in the Australian National Championships later this week.
Rookie mistake: Miley Cyrus’s ex-boyfriend, 24, went back to his huge white car to be greeted with a beautiful announcement as he appeared to be parking his vehicle in a no-park zone
He was quarantined for 14 days with his girlfriend Marloes Stevens – whom he has been dating since December 2020 – in Howard Springs, Darwin.
Earlier this year, Cody revealed to The New York Times what inspired him to jump back into the pool and compete in the 2024 Paris Olympics.
He explained that he decided he still had a shot in the pool after seeing American swimmer Caeleb Dressel – who is five months younger than him – beat a record set by Michael Phelps in 2019.
Staying Together: Before flying to Gold Coast, Cody and his girlfriend Marloes Stevens, who have been dating since December 2020, took 14 days of mandatory quarantine in Howard Springs, Darwin
“I stopped drinking that night and started looking for pools the next day,” said Cody, a Gold Coast native.
Despite an incredibly successful music career that discovered him on YouTube and was signed to an American record label in 2010 at the age of 13, his childhood Olympic dreams were bigger.
“I love the music industry very much, and I will be a musician well into my life, but it’s not as purely an occupation as sport, which just comes on the clock,” he told The New York Times. .
In with a shot! Earlier this year, Cody revealed to The New York Times that he decided he still had a shot in the pool after seeing American swimmer Caeleb Dressel – who is five months his junior – beat a record set by Michael Phelps in 2019.