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Hillary Clinton nailed with traffic ticket outside London award ceremony

By Adam Edelman / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Tuesday, October 15, 2013, 1:31 PM Comment Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton answers questions from an audience at Chatham House on Friday in London. The car Clinton took to the event was ticketed while she was inside speaking. Apparently, there’s no diplomatic way to avoid a parking ticket. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was slapped with the unpleasant citation after a brave British traffic cop noticed that her car was parked illegally outside an award ceremony she was attending Friday, according to the Daily Mail . RELATED: CNNS HILLARY CLINTON DOCUMENTARY CANCELED AMID CONTROVERSY The fearless Westminster City Council traffic warden reportedly noticed that the silver Mercedes Clinton arrived in was parked in a metered area on St. James’s Square that costs 3.30 ($5.27) per hour. The car reportedly had not paid the meter, according to the Mail. At least five of the former First Lady’s security staffers jumped out of their nearby car to protest the ticket, witnesses said, with at least one of the beefy bodyguards angrily waving his arms around and frantically flashing his security badge. The cop nevertheless calmly finished writing the notice, an action his superiors readily backed up. Scott Barbour/Getty Images A Westminster traffic warden issues a parking ticket in London. The parking ticket that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton received came with a 80 ($128) fine. “The former U.S. secretary of state was parked for nearly 45 minutes without paying. I’m sure she will understand that we have to be fair to everyone, regardless of their status on the world stage, Councilor Daniel Astaire, Westminster City Council Cabinet member for business, told the Mail. RELATED: TONGUES CLUCK OVER HILLARY CLINTON/KFC BUTTONS “Despite our traffic marshal being questioned by the secret service for just doing his job, he was in the right,” he added.

The Cavaliers (2-4, 0-2) lost their second game in a row Saturday, 27-26 at Maryland, when Alec Vozenilek’s 42-yard field goal try sailed wide right with under a minute remaining. It was the final miscue but in spite of many improvements, far from the only one. Virginia ran for 242 yards, but got stuffed on consecutive plays from inside the Terps’ 2 in the first quarter. It was one of four trips inside the Maryland 20 that ended with Vozenilek kicking a field goal. “It is disappointing knowing that maybe if one of those field goals had turned into a touchdown, we would have won the game,” right guard Jay Whitmire said Monday. On defense, Maryland gained 468 yards, none more damaging than the 47-yard pass backup quarterback Caleb Rowe completed to Deon Long on third-and-22. Long was double-covered on the catch, but still came down with the ball on the game-winning drive. “We just didn’t take advantage of the opportunities that were presented before us,” linebacker Henry Coley said. “We got our hands on a few balls, we misjudged some balls and we had a few mental errors out there. It was just different people at different times, but it ended up with us losing the football game.” The Cavaliers also won the turnover battle 3-0, but converted the takeaways into just 6 points. In many ways, their 2-4 record feels a lot like their 2-4 mark at this point last season, quarterback David Watford said.