BREAKING NEWS: Kyle Walker will NOT face criminal charges after the Manchester City star allegedly dazzled women in a Wilmslow bar… but the England footballer has been ordered out of court
Manchester City defender Kyle Walker will not face criminal charges by police following their investigation into an alleged incident at a Wilmslow bar.
The English star, however, has been sanctioned with an out-of-court provision, with the investigation already closed.
Following a report in The Sun, Cheshire Police said they were “aware of a video circulating on social media” of an alleged incident in Wilmslow earlier this month.
The newspaper charged Walker with indecent exposure, but there was no mention of indecent exposure in a police statement.
Police have now carried out their investigation and have not formally charged or warned the England international.
An out-of-court disposition is a non-legal order and therefore is not part of a criminal record,
Manchester City and England defender Kyle Walker will not face criminal charges from police following their investigation into an alleged incident at a bar in Wilmslow earlier this month.
Walker (in training pictured last month) turned up in time for Manchester City training on Tuesday morning before controversial footage of the afternoon drinking session was revealed.
The Manchester City star dropped his pants to display himself in a bar, fondling a blonde woman’s breasts and kissing her in moments caught on video, according to a report earlier this month.
Walker (left), 32, appeared to be moving after a woman other than his wife Annie Kilner (right)
A police spokesperson said: “On Wednesday 8 March, Cheshire Police became aware of a video circulating on social media in relation to an alleged incident at a bar in the Wilmslow area.
Officers have now concluded their investigations which included speaking to those directly involved.
A 32-year-old man from Prestbury voluntarily went to a police station for questioning on March 16.
“It has been dealt with by an out-of-court disposition and the matter is now closed.”