Adam Levine has landed himself a new day job.
On Wednesday’s episode of “Jimmy Kimmel Live”, the Maroon 5 frontman took to the streets of L.A. disguised as a parking enforcement officer. Instead of handing out parking tickets though, Levine was giving out tickets to his band’s upcoming Chula Vista tour date.
“Maybe the only thing more stressful than driving in L.A. is parking in L.A. and when faced with a difficult situation, I like to make things more difficult,” Kimmel explained. “So we enlisted the help of Adam Levine. His band, Maroon 5, has a tour starting May 30 in Chula Vista, and we thought it would be fun for Adam to give out concert tickets disguised as parking tickets, with Adam disguised as parking enforcement, as unsuspecting drivers meet Maroon 5-0.”
The singer first picked on a young driver who was sitting in his car when Levine approached.
“I know this is crazy, but we have 30 seconds to actually put the money in the meter. Thirty seconds. I got to be a stickler, sorry. It’s a crowded street,” Levine joked.
After letting the poor guy sweat it out a bit, Levine caved.
“I got something here too, in case you want to report it formally. I feel terrible, I feel terrible. Hey, why don’t you take these concert tickets?”
Levine next chose to prank a woman who, according to him, pulled in to her parking spot too quickly. Unfortunately, she caught on pretty fast.
“Oh, wait a second. I know who you are,” she said.
“F**k. Take the tickets and get out of here,” Levine responded.
Watch Levine’s hilarious prank up top.