- Oumar Niasse was seen driving around without wearing seat belt
- The Everton star was seen in company of three others amid coronavirus lockdown
- The UK Prime Minister has ordered a stop to all non-essential movements
Senegalese star Oumar Niasse has been lambasted by police authorities in the UK following his disobedience to health guidelines due to the rampaging coronavirus, SunSport reports.
The Everton striker was seen driving his £100,000 Merc without a seat belt in company of a friend and two other ladies.
Police officers ordered the player to park and then questioned where they were heading as this is coming barely 48 hours that the UK Prime Minister demanded that all non-essential movements must stop.
A police officer is heard telling the men: “You are bang out of order, a disgrace. As a Premier League footballer you’ve just put everybody here at risk. What are you doing? It’s totally embarrassing.”
A witness in Withington, Manchester, said: “It is shocking that Niasse is carrying on regardless.
“We’re not supposed to gather with more than two people in public yet everyone in that car seems to think they can do what they want.
“The officers were suspicious and clearly not happy at what they came across. They shone a torch into Niasse’s face. He was ordered to spell his name.
“There was even apparently a call put in to Everton to let them know what one of their players was up to. The girls left in an Uber. Niasse was given strong words of advice and sent on his way.”
The Premier League has been suspended indefinitely and Rio Ferdinand has suggested that the Premier League board should cancel the 2019/20 season because of the threat and spread of coronavirus.
And should the Premier League chiefs agree to do that, then it will be a big blow for Jurgen Klopp and his wards at Liverpool who have been waiting to win the title for the past 30 years.
Coronavirus crisis has been a serious issue which has been affecting all humans on earth in one way or the other as many businesses have gone down.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Nigeria’s Victor Moses is said to have left Italy alongside six other Inter Milan players after their compulsory 14-day self-quarantine following the suspension of the Serie A, Italian outlet L’Eqipe reports, cited in Complete Sports.
Coronavirus continues to wreak havoc in Italy as the country’s death toll from the epidemic goes beyond a record 8,000 with over 80,000 confirmed cases.
Inter players were forced into self-isolation after Juventus’ defender Daniele Rugani tested positive for the dreaded disease, barely 24 hours after both teams had faced off behind closed doors.
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