Wayne Rooney told off by police after breaching coronavirus lockdown with repeat offender Kyle Walker – The Sun


WAYNE Rooney was told off by police for breaking the coronavirus lockdown with repeat offender Kyle Walker, we can reveal.

The former Man Utd and England captain, 34, was collared for breaking social distancing rules with the Manchester City full-back.

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The pair, who are next-door neighbours, were enjoying an early evening stroll with their families on Friday when they bumped into each other.

A female cop, who was nearby on another call, pounced and gave them a telling off before ordering them to go home separately.

A source said Rooney had taken two of his four kids to Prestbury golf course for a walk.

England defender Walker, 29, was also walking the course with his model ex, Annie Kilner, 27, and their three young children.

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A source said: “Their kids go to the same school and spotted each other and understandably ran over.

“The families stopped to talk when all of a sudden the police swooped on them.

“It was all totally innocent and not deliberate.

“Kyle has split from Annie but has been going to see his kids during the lockdown.”

Lockdown rules allow people to go out for exercise once a day, but not to meet friends.


Walker broke the lockdown days earlier to have a £2,000 orgy with two hookers at his flat.

Angry Annie said he was risking the health of their three sons with his romp.

A source added: “She is extremely worried about coronavirus and is taking all the steps necessary to protect her family. It’s a shame he couldn’t do the same.”

 

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