Police have launched an investigation after a newspaper alleged England footballer Kyle Walker indecently exposed himself in a bar video.
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Walker started his career at his boyhood club Sheffield United which he had joined at the age of seven.
He was promoted to the first-team where he made his full Sheffield United debut at 18 years old against Leyton Orient after a loan spell at Northampton Town.
Because He impressed whilst playing for the Blades and played in the 2009 Championship play-off final in their defeat against Burnley.
His performances earned him a move to Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur, before being immediately loaned back to Sheffield United.
After further loan spells at Queens Park Rangers and Aston Villa, he cemented his place in Tottenham’s first team.
Kyle Walker Bar video
Kyle Walker’s wife is reportedly furious with him and is terrified of a police investigation after he was allegedly caught on camera flashing in a bar.
Walker was allegedly recorded appearing to flash by pulling down his trousers and kissing a woman in a bar on Sunday.
Cheshire Police confirmed on Wednesday that they are looking into the footage of the England international, who is being probed over alleged indecent exposure.
The 32-year-old Manchester City defender is also facing the wrath of his wife, Annie Kilner, who was not present at the scene.
The Sun reports that she is ‘furious’ with Walker, who has been branded a “d***”, and is worried about the potential repercussions for her family.
“She’s terrified of a police investigation and if that happened she would surely feel like she had to chuck him out. At the moment that hasn’t happened,” a source told the newspaper. “She’s worried about what others will be saying and thinking about her, and is mortified for their kids.”
The couple, who were childhood sweethearts and got married in November 2021, have three sons together, Roman, Riaan and Reign. They first met when Waker was 19 years old and Kilner was 16 and were together for over nine years before splitting in May 2019.
Police have launched an investigation after a newspaper alleged England and Manchester City footballer Kyle Walker indecently exposed himself in a bar.
Following a report in the Sun, Cheshire Police said it was “aware of a video circulating on social media” of an alleged incident in Wilmslow on Sunday.
Cheshire Police said “enquiries are in the early stages and no arrests have been made at this time”.
The PA news agency said it understood Walker was contesting the allegations and that he reported for training as normal. Also the Sun released security camera footage from the bar.
Mr Walker, 32, has played for Manchester City since July 2017, when he joined from Tottenham in a £45m transfer.
Football ace Kyle Walker is facing ‘fury’ from his wife while police have seized CCTV footage as they investigate his alleged flashing offence.
The £150,000-a-week England star was seen apparently pulling down his trousers in a venue, understood to be Revolution in Wilmslow, Cheshire, during 90 minutes of alleged lewd behaviour on Sunday.
Two officers have interviewed bar staff close to where Walker is alleged to have exposed himself and he may soon be questioned under caution, The Sun reports.
Also the star’s long-suffering wife Annie, 30, is said to have branded her husband a ‘d***’ after learning about the allegations through the media.
The mother-of-three has stood by Walker through past sex scandals but is said to be weighing up her options after the latest ‘humiliation’.
A source said: ‘She’s terrified of a police investigation and if that happened she would surely feel like she had to chuck him out. At the moment that hasn’t happened.
Also ‘She’s worried about what others will be saying and thinking about her and is mortified for their kids.’
The offence of indecent exposure carries a maximum two=year jail term, but Walker could also be accused of outraging a public a decency – a common law offence with an unlimited fine and jail term.
To probe the latter offence, officers would need evidence that two or more people were close by when the ‘lewd, obscene or disgusting’ act took place, irrespective of whether or not they saw it take place.
Also Cheshire Police has told media that the investigation is at an early stage and no arrests have been made.