Friday, October 06, 2017

Wayne Rooney pictured working at garden centre as community service for drink-drive shame

Wayne Rooney turned up for training today - at a community garden centre for adults with learning difficulties.

The Everton striker, who admitted being almost three times the drink-drive limit last month, is working there, as part of a 100-hour community service order he received, along with a two-year road ban.

The star is said to be desperate to convince wife Coleen he is turning his life around – after being caught with another woman while drunk in the car after a night out.
A source said: “Wayne knows he has got to do this and has really thrown himself into it. He doesn’t mind getting his hands dirty and he looked like he was enjoying it”
The £150,000-a-week star was chauffeured to his shift, near his £6million home in Prestbury, Cheshire.
At 8.40am, he walked in wearing a blue jacket, blue hoodie, matching blue bottoms and black Nike trainers.
He has already completed two days of work – at least 12 hours.

The garden centre is the same venue where former Manchester United team mate Carlos Tevez was ordered to work after he was banned four years ago.
Once there, Rooney, 31, put on a green zip-up fleece, worn by colleagues and spent all his time inside.

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