Catherine Tyldesley has taken to social media to express her outrage at a traffic warden, alleging that they called her "a cow".
The former Coronation Street actress labelled the warden a "disgrace" for their behaviour towards her after she stopped to check on her three-year-old son Alfie, who had injured his finger.
Clearly still reeling from the incident, Catherine took to Twitter and wrote: "To the traffic warden that took a picture of my car because I’d pulled over to sort my son out after he’d hurt his finger… I hope you have the worst day.
"You’re attitude was a disgrace … who do I speak to please @ManCityCouncil ?? I do not appreciate being called a cow."
When one fan replied suggesting that Catherine should complain to the council via email, she replied: "Thank you!!! I'm in shock!!"
She then went on to reveal that she believes the warden in question also rowed with her years ago.
"Pretty sure The same guy shouted at me a few years back for pulling over to breast feed and ended up crying in the back of my car," she added. "I don't understand how he still has a job. Vile."
Recalling the ordeal to another fan, she went on: "I'm honestly gobsmacked. He raged at me.
"I wish to God someone had filmed it. Unbelievable".
Catherine is best known for her time playing Rovers Return barmaid Eva Price on Corrie.
The actress left her role in Weatherfield last year, claiming she was excited for the opportunity to spend more time with her son Alfie and husband Tom Pitfield.
Mirror Online has contacted Manchester City Council for comment.
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