Man City’s Kyle Walker faces police quiz and £1,000 fine after breaking lockdown THREE times in 24 hours – The Sun

SERIAL lockdown clown Kyle Walker struck a hat-trick of Covid-19 breaches in 24 hours.

The England defender, 29, visited his sister for a party then his parents before cycling near a second pad he is renting.

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The Man City star, who had apologised for previously breaching lockdown, could face a police quiz and a £1,000 fine.

A source said last night: “He’s an idiot — pure and simple. How many times does he need to be caught for the message to sink in?

"He’s no better than anyone else — and the message to stay home applies to all of us.

“He’s sticking his fingers up to the rest of us who are abiding by the rules.

“I hope the police now take action against him.”

On Wednesday afternoon, Walker left his mansion in Prestbury, Cheshire, and drove 43 miles to his sister’ Laura’s home in Rotherham, South Yorks.

There, the £150,000-a-week ace celebrated her birthday with a group of pals, staying for four hours.

She walked him to his Range Rover SVR before they hugged and he drove eight miles to his parents’ home in Sheffield.

Walker stayed with them for 30 minutes before heading back to Prestbury.

The next day he went cycling with a pal from the £8,000-a-month flat he is renting in Hale — his fourth address in 24 hours.

'SEEMS TO THINK HE'S SOMETHING SPECIAL'

It comes after he was publicly shamed for previous lockdown breaches last month.

He was first caught breaking social distancing rules by hosting a £2,000 orgy with two hookers and a pal at his flat in Hale.

He had earlier urged the public to follow government guidelines and stay indoors.






Team who risk passing it on

KYLE Walker deserves to be captain of our all-star Covidiots XI.

GK: David Ospina — snapped shopping in Naples

Def: Kyle Walker — Hat-trick man

Def: David Luiz — kickabout with Xhaka and pals

Def: Serge Aurier — pictured jogging alongside team-mates Sessegnon and Sissoko

Def: Ryan Sessegnon

Mid: Moussa Sissoko

Mid: Granit Xhaka

Mid: Pepe — went for park kickabout

Mid: Jack Grealish, left — crashed his car following a 4am party

Striker: Oumar Niasse — stopped while driving with a pal and two girls

Striker: Alexandre Lacazette — stood next to a car valete

His club boss Pep Guardiola — whose mum died from Covid-19 last month — was said to be incensed and a club disciplinary probe was launched.

Hypocrite Walker issued a grovelling apology but days later was at it again.

He got a ticking-off from police for breaking social distancing rules with ex-England star Wayne Rooney at a golf course in Prestbury.

Under lockdown rules the nation has repeatedly been told to “stay home, protect the NHS, save lives” — a message also pumped out by Walker.

Tory MP Andrew Bridgen said of his latest blunders: “It’s another own goal from Kyle Walker. He seems to think he’s something special and the rules only apply to ordinary people.”

He was also slammed by Marion Mack, whose 29-year-old nurse daughter Rebecca died of Covid-19.

She said: “I find his behaviour very upsetting and very stupid. They don’t even think about anyone else.

“A lot of people carry the virus with no symptoms. They think they can do what they like but they can be infecting people without knowing it.”

The mum, from Morpeth, Northumberland, went on: “We have been saying it is better to be bored than dead.”

Police have vowed to come down hard on repeat offenders after they were granted powers to issue fines of up to £1,000.

I find his behaviour very upsetting and very stupid. They don’t even think about anyone else.

Walker split from his ex Annie Kilner, 29, mother to his three sons, after he had a fling with a model.

He admitted after he was caught with the hookers: “My actions in this matter are in direct contrast to what I should have been doing regarding the lockdown.

"And I want to re-iterate the message: Stay home, stay safe.”

His latest behaviour will not impress England boss Gareth Southgate, who said responsibility to control the spread of the virus “lies with us all”.

The FA also says of England stars: “The highest standards of conduct and behaviour are expected at all times, including when players are not on international duty.”

Walker refused to comment when contacted by The Sun but put a statement on Twitter.

Manchester City have also been contacted for a comment.







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