UK residents have been asked to stay at home during the Coronavirus crisis, and that means no sex parties.
Manchester City’s Kyle Walker got the memo but decided to disregard, and now he’s apologizing for having some prostitutes over to his place while asking fans to self isolate.
British tabloids, including The Sun, posted details over the weekend of a gathering Walker held at his home, which included two sex workers and a friend.
The meeting breaks the UK’s current lockdown laws, which ban gatherings of more than two people and states that Britons must not leave their homes apart from for essential reasons, and only with members of their own household
Last month Walker had urged supporters to follow those rules, writing on Twitter: “On a serious note though, please everyone stay home, look after one another through this difficult time and check in on loved ones but don’t visit them.”
In a statement sent to CNN by Walker’s agency, the England full-back said: “I want to take this opportunity to issue a public apology for the choices I made last week which have resulted in a story today about my private life in a tabloid newspaper.
Lesson learned. I think we’ve all been there before.
Another player, Jack Grealish, was fined 150,000 pounds for going to party at a friend’s house and then crashing his car. Rough life when you’re famous, rich, and bored.