Melbourne: Arnold Schwarzenegger received a parking ticket just a day after leaving office as governor of California.
Schwarzenegger’s Mercedes G-Wagon was hit with a citation after he overstayed his welcome in a five-minute passenger-loading zone, reports the Daily Telegraph.
He is now unemployed after spending the last seven years in office as governor of California.
Asked if the former actor could make a return to Hollywood, Paul Giamatti, the star of the films Sideways and Barney’s Version replied, "Would he want to?"
But Ian Halperin, the author of the unauthorised biography The Governator believes he may have his eyes on the White House.
"I definitely think he is going to try to amend the constitution to allow a foreign-born person to run this country," he said.
"If anyone can do it, it’s Arnold Schwarzenegger," Halperin added.