Paul Scholes probed by cops after he appears to break lockdown AGAIN by going hiking with four mates

Paul Scholes probed by cops after he appears to break lockdown AGAIN by going hiking with four mates

PAUL Scholes is being probed by cops after appearing to flout lockdown rules AGAIN by going hiking with four pals.
The Manchester United legend uploaded a clip to Instagram showing him sharing tea and snacks with mates on a walk in the Dovestone Reservoir, Greater Manchester. 
7Scholes was seen out hiking with a group of four mates in a clip uploaded to InstagramCredit: Instagram7In the clip, Scholes’ friends are seen eating sandwiches at the beauty spot as the star midfielder hands out soup in a cupCredit: InstagramIn the clip, Scholes’ friends are seen laughing and eating sandwiches at the beauty spot as the star midfielder hands out soup from a flask. 
A spokeswoman for Greater Manchester Police told The Sun Online: “GMP has been made aware of a post on social media which may show a breach of COVID-legislation.
“This shall be examined further and we will assess whether any police action needs to be taken.”
Dovestone Reservoir lies on the western edge of the Peak District National Park, and is popular with walkers and joggers. 
But under current lockdown regulations, Brits can only meet one other person outdoors for exercise. 
Meeting more than one household is strictly banned, and you must not travel beyond your local area for exercise. 
Paul Scholes’ agent did not respond to a request for comment.
7Paul Scholes flouted lockdown rules last year by throwing a seven-hour party at his home7Police visited the Man United legend after he threw an illegal house party in Covid crisis area Oldham back in August7The Man United legend also hosted a football tournament in his back garden at his Oldham mansion last September7Earlier this month, Scholes’ neighbours complained after his grown-up kids threw a new year’s fancy dress party with a gang of palsThe midfielder has already been caught flouting Covid rules multiple times.
Earlier this month, Scholes’ neighbours complained after his grown-up kids threw a new year’s fancy dress party with a gang of pals — breaching virus regulations.
The Man United legend’s daughter Alicia, 19, put pics on social media of her posing with eight pals at Paul’s mansion in Oldham, which was then in Tier 4 restrictions.
The star’s £3.5m home was also the subject of a Covid-19 scandal last summer when a seven-hour party for his son Aaron’s 21st was hosted there.
Scholes was spoken to by cops after the incident in August, which happened soon after indoor social visits were banned across swathes of the North following a spike in infections.

Former England star Scholes, 45 — now a BT Sport pundit — had posed in a “Lockdown Live” T-shirt with DJ Zac Caulcutt, while dozens of youngsters ignored social distancing rules.
In September, the same mansion was used to hold a 20-man football tournament. 
Scholes filmed son Arron and up to 20 other players taking part and put footage online with the caption: “Just what I need tonight, Arron and his bell*** mates.”

7Scholes filmed son Arron and up to 20 other players in the field in SeptemberMan Utd legend Paul Scholes could face £3,200 fine after flouting lockdown AGAIN by hosting football tournament

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