Katie Price slapped with parking ticket while getting extreme hair makeover

Katie Price’s bad week got even worse as she was handed a parking ticket just days after being summoned to court over a drink-driving charge.

The ex glamour model returned to her bright pink Range Rover on Wednesday to discover she’d been visited by a traffic warden during her very lengthy stint in the hair salon.

Katie was spotted in the hairdresser’s chair tucking into a ham and cheese sandwich as her hairdressers got to work applying some waist-length hair extensions to her head.

She then emerged debuting some ultra straight chestnut extensions to find an unfortunate note on her windscreen.

Not one to stay down for too long, hours later Katie later cropped up on social media to tell fans she was feeling ‘like a real life princess’ after having 28 inches of real human hair woven into her own locks.

Katie, 40, proudly shared a snap of her new hairdo to Instagram and praised the salon for giving her a ‘5 star experience.’

But some of her followers slammed her new Rapunzel ‘do.

"Sorry in what world is this beautiful hair ? It’s all damaged and wispy at the ends you can see it needs a good cut ! " fired one.

Although other fans likened Katie and her waist-length locks to a ‘beautiful mermaid’

Her glam makeover comes just days after Katie was charged with drink-driving after crashing her Range Rover into a bush.

Back in October police officers found the former glamour model, 40, inside her damaged vehicle in south east London, and gave her a breath test, the results of which have not been made public.

She was taken to Plumstead police station where she was held in a cell for 13 hours before being released under investigation.

After a Christmas at home with all five of her children, Katie will appear at Bromley Magistrates Court on January 7.

A Metropolitan Police Spokesperson confirmed on Monday: "Police in Greenwich have charged a woman with being drunk in charge of a motor vehicle.

"Katie Price was charged by postal requisition on Monday, 10 December."

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