Nobby Solano, ex-Newcastle star, in police net for breaching coronavirus laws

Nobby Solano, ex-Newcastle star, in police net for breaching coronavirus laws

- Nobby Solano is in big trouble after breaking coronavirus rules

- The former Newcastle was seen in company of five others having a ‘party’

- Peru has ordered a total lockdown in a bid to contain the spread of coronavirus

As the rampaging dreaded coronavirus continues to maim people across the globe, Solano was seen in company of five others having a ‘party’, according to reports on Mag, cited on GOAL.

Peruvian authorities raided the house in La Molina district of Lima and were forced to climb through the walls before they gained access.

Liberto reports that six people were found having a party which, at the moment, breaches the self-isolation rules in Peru as the country makes conscious efforts in stop the spread of coronavirus.

On gaining access, the officers found Solano, another ex-national team player Pablo Zegarra and detained them along with four others.

The 45-year-old Solano was said to have denied they were having a party when he queried ‘What party’? adding that they were only having a meeting. Whichever the case may be, the togetherness of six people at a spot is a form of breaking the strict self-isolation rule.

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This is coming barely 24 hours when 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.

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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.”

More than 600,000 people have been infected with the dreaded coronavirus with over 27,000 dead already.

Coronavirus: See what Super Eagles players did with tissue paper while in quarantine (video) earlier reported that some Premier League clubs have reportedly shown interest for the 2019/20 season to be abandoned because of the threat coronavirus has brought to the world.

And should that be done, then it means Liverpool will not be crowned the Premier League champions despite their efforts so far this season.

Jurgen Klopp and his wards have been topping the Premier League table since the season started and they have only lost one game and drew one winning the remaining ties.

The Reds have also established a 25 points lead on second placed Manchester City who have no chance again to retain their Premier League title.

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