The warden was caught on camera violently kicking out at a driver in appalling scenes.
Footage of the scrap in Leicester, believed to have been taken this week, shows a driver leaving his car in a parking bay.
As the driver leaves his car, the traffic warden launches himself at him.
He then boots the car door into the driver, as he falls back into the car from the weight of the blow.
A crowd of people are shown gathering around the fight, with the cameraman exclaiming: “Allah, Allah.”
While holding the ticket machine and wearing a hi-vis vest, he continues his attack even after slamming the car door.
But he is soon put on the back foot after the man in the car fights back.
The traffic warden is then clocked in the face with a brutal blow, forcing him to retreat down Belvoir Street.
Leicester Council has suspended the traffic warden pending further enquiries
A council spokesman said: “We became aware of this footage on Thursday evening and have taken steps today to suspend the officer concerned.
“Suspension is a neutral act which enables us to carry out a full and fair investigation, including reviewing what happened prior to the incident that was broadcast.
“As far as we can establish we have not received a complaint from the driver in the footage or anyone else.
“The incident has been reported to the police.”
A police spokeswoman said: “Officers are looking to establish the full circumstances surrounding the incident and would ask anyone who witnessed it to come forward.
“We have also been made aware there is video footage of the fight circulating on social media and would ask anyone who has any material to make contact.”