Alcohol driving: Rooney sentenced
A court in England sentences Wayne Rooney for drunk driving.The 31-year-old man regrets the incident and has to pay 100 hours of community service, among other things.
Superstar Wayne Rooney has been sentenced to 100 hours of community service and a two-year driving ban for drunk driving.
That was decided by a court in Stockport on Monday.Rooney pleaded guilty and regretted the incident.In addition, the 31-year-old was ordered by his club, FC Everton, to pay him two weekly salaries – the equivalent of 360,000 euros.
Rooney had been stopped and detained by the police at the beginning of September, not far from his home town.Rooney was released on bail.
The record scorer of the Three Lions, who scored 53 goals in 119 international matches for England, is said to have previously been in the bar “the bubble room”.According to media reports, he danced on the table and sang songs of the British band Oasis.A photo that is currently circulating in the social networks at least suggests a visit to the bar.
Everton’s striker, who recently announced his resignation from the English national team, had already caught the eye in November last year.
After England’s victory in the World Cup qualification against Scotland, he and some of his teammates went to a wedding party, where he is said to have staggered and indistinctly spoken about alcohol consumption.