West Ham star Declan Rice gets car clamped in hilarious prank by captain Mark Noble
Declan Rice got caught out in a hilarious prank by team-mate Mark Noble with the West Ham star thinking his car was about to be towed away.
Rice and fellow Hammers player Ryan Fredericks were at a studio in Hackney on a FIFA 20 shoot when they fell into the ambush.
While he was inside, his car was clamped and ‘no parking’ signs were put up around the car park.
An actor pretending to be a traffic warden waited for the England international to appear and told him his car was going to be towed.
Noble was watching the whole thing from just a few metres away and was communicating with the actor and telling him what to say.
Rice got more and more furious as the stunt went on with the ‘traffic warden’ asking for selfies and to ring his mate despite clamping his car.
The West Ham skipper eventually reveals himself to be behind the prank with Rice saying: “I was about to lose my head.”
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