Saturday, 7 October 2017

Everton's Rooney Begins Community Service After Drink-Drive Shame

Former Manchester captain United Wayne Rooney has swapped his football shirt for a gardening kit as part of his drink drive punishment.
The Everton striker is working in England's greenhouses with adults who have learning difficulties.

The ex England captain was banned from the road for two years last month and given a 100 hour community service order after he admitted driving while almost three times the limit.

Now the former Manchester United star has been given a placement at a garden centre three miles from his N2.7billionm home in Cheshire.

He started earlier this week and has completed more than 12 hours of work.
A source said: “Wayne knows he has to do this and he has thrown himself into it. He doesn’t mind getting his hands dirty.”
The garden centre is the same venue where his former Manchester United team mate Carlos Tevez was ordered to work after he was banned from the road in 2013.

Yesterday Rooney, 31, was dropped off by his driver at 8.40am.

And the 69 million naira a week star was holding what appeared to be a M&S lunch box.

Once inside, he was asked to put on a green zip-up jacket, worn by all staff.

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