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David Haye appears to park his convertible Rolls Royce in a disabled parking space during London outingBy Jack Newman For Mailonline

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David Haye appears to park his convertible Rolls Royce in a disabled parking space during London outing

He always knew where to land a punch in the boxing ring.

But David Haye appeared to struggle parking his car on Saturday as he pulled up in a disabled spot.

The heavyweight boxing champion, 39, was seen stepping out of his convertible Rolls Royce in London by a white disabled sign on the ground.

Stepping out: David Haye appeared to park his Rolls Royce in a disabled parking bay during an outing in London on Saturday

Stepping out: David Haye appeared to park his Rolls Royce in a disabled parking bay during an outing in London on Saturday

The star cut a casual figure in a cap, hoodie and trainers as he walked away from the luxury vehicle.

The bespoke Rolls Royce design had a blue exterior and a red soft top and interior.

MailOnline has contacted David’s representatives for comment.

Nice wheels: The star, 39, pulled up in a bespoke Rolls Royce which had a red soft top and blue exterior

Nice wheels: The star, 39, pulled up in a bespoke Rolls Royce which had a red soft top and blue exterior

Lockdown look: The heavyweight champion cut a casual figure in a cap, hoodie and trainers for the outing

Lockdown look: The heavyweight champion cut a casual figure in a cap, hoodie and trainers for the outing

It comes after David gave his followers a glimpse of how he works on his muscular frame during a live work out session on Instagram last month.

The retired champion was joined by his son Cassius, 12, for the fitness session which they shared with his 553,000 fans on social media.

David went shirtless in a pair of sports sports and trainers, as he showcased his ribbed six-pack and muscly arms while posing for a snap.

Work out: David gave his followers a glimpse of how he works on his muscular frame during a live work out session on Instagram last month

Work out: David gave his followers a glimpse of how he works on his muscular frame during a live work out session on Instagram last month

Dream team: The retired champion was joined by his son Cassius, 12, for the fitness session which they shared with his 553,000 fans on social media

Dream team: The retired champion was joined by his son Cassius, 12, for the fitness session which they shared with his 553,000 fans on social media

The media personality stood in a yoga stance, while Cassius copied him and posed beside him in an open space in their home. 

He captioned the shot: ‘Keeping balanced in lockdown with Cassius – He may only be 12 but he is a great workout partner!

‘We’re doing another workout tomorrow morning at 9:45am (GMT) if anyone one fancies starting the bank holiday getting their sweat on!’

The work out comes days after David revealed he would only consider a return to the ring to fight the winner of the anticipated heavyweight title fight between Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua.

The Londoner retired in 2018 after suffering a fifth-round defeat by Tony Bellew in their rematch at The O2 in the capital with a record of 28 wins and four losses.

He captioned the shot: 'Keeping balanced in lockdown with Cassius - He may only be 12 but he is a great workout partner!'

He captioned the shot: ‘Keeping balanced in lockdown with Cassius – He may only be 12 but he is a great workout partner!’

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