Rambo mad at stop sign ticket

Sylvester Stallone.
Sylvester Stallone. Bang ShowBiz

SYLVESTER Stallone was pulled over by police for ignoring a stop sign.

The 'Expendables' actor was noted to be "less than cordial" in a discussion with a traffic cop in Los Angeles on Monday (30.08.10), as he disagreed with the officer's version of events.

Sources who saw the ensuing discussion said he was not happy to have been pulled over, and was given a ticket.

Stallone is not the only Hollywood star to be pulled over for the same offence - troubled actress Lindsay Lohan found herself at the end of a talking to by police when she was spotted running through a stop sign after a night out at trendy Los Angeles nightspot Chateau Marmont on Friday (27.08.10).

However, unlike the 64-year-old action star she left the scene without a warning, but still remained unhappy at the action.

Writing on twitter, she said: "Clearly Paparazzi shouldn't be allowed to take pictures or video while someone's driving or at a stop light. 4every1's sake(sic)"

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