It turns out that being the hottest sports story in the country doesn’t protect you from the wrath of the parking police.

The day before No. 19 Colorado’s hotly anticipated duel at No. 10 Oregon, Buffaloes coach Deion Sanders apparently received a parking ticket on his shiny white Lamborghini.

Sanders’s oldest son, Deion Sanders Jr., took video of the car with the ticket under one of the windshield wiper blades and shared the clip on Instagram.

“Lamborghini Prime. I love to see it,” Sanders Jr. said, zooming in on the Lamborghini insignia on the car’s hood. “They even gave him a ticket. They even gave my dad a ticket. Yeah, boys. Crazy.”

Sanders Jr., a wide receiver at SMU from 2013-15, has served as his father’s social media guru at both Jackson State and Colorado.

With an upset of TCU, a blowout of Nebraska and a thrilling victory over Colorado State under their belt, the Buffaloes will look to begin Pac-12 play with a splash against the Ducks in Eugene. Perhaps a second win over a ranked opponent will get Sanders off the hook with the campus authorities.