Sylvester Stallone barely avoids a parking ticket in Beverly Hills if he returns to his car just in time.
Sylvester Stallone kept his head cool when he arrived on Wednesday within seconds of picking up a parking ticket.
The 72-year-old was quietly seen and walked back to his illegally parked Mercedes after a visit to a luxury jeweler in Beverly Hills.
When he returned to his car, a spectator saw the action hero smile and shook hands with the parking guards before stepping into his car.
Sylvester Stallone is portrayed in Beverly Hills on Wednesday and walks back to his car in time to avoid a parking ticket
All right: when he returned to his car, a spectator saw the action hero smile and shook hands with the parking guards before stepping into his car.
Sly looked good in a black tank top that shows off his tattoos and a Nike tracksuit.
The Rambo star completed its athletic look with a few blue sneakers.
Meanwhile, the fifth installment of Stallone in the iconic Rambo: Last Blood franchise is scheduled for September 20, 2019.
The actor first played Vietnam veteran John Rambo in 1982 and the upcoming film sees Rambo's cross with a Mexican cartel.
The former soldier works on a ranch, but when the daughter of one of his friends is abducted, he crosses the border between America and Mexico and ends up facing one of the country's most violent organizations.
Sporty: Sly looked good in a black tank top and a Nike training suit
Stallone & # 39; s fifth installment in the iconic Rambo: Last Blood franchise is scheduled for September 20, 2019
Stallone was initially expected to direct the film, but that is not assumed now.
John Rambo was the main character in the 1972 First Blood novel, written by David Morrell. The book was adapted in 1982 to a film with the same name.
The franchise then produced sequels Rambo: First Blood Part II in 1985 and Rambo III in 1988.
While the former was a blockbuster, the latter of the two flopped when it landed on the screens, and the character then stayed asleep until Stallone breathed new life into him for a 2008 film with the simple title Rambo.
Stallone recently worked on another franchise, Creed II, the successor to Rocky Cred, and last year he started filming Expendables 4, despite earlier speculation that he had left the series.
Bye! Sly waved at spectators as he left with his car