Aston Villa star, Jack Grealish has found himself courting controversy after he was pictured looking dishevelled in the street after a Range Rover hit two parked cars, just hours after he took to social networking site, Twitter to ask people to stay at home amid the coronavirus or COVID-19 pandemic.
Images on Sunday morning, showed the 24-year-old in white slippers and a blue Givenchy hoodie, with many wondering why he was in the Dickens Heath area of Solihull, West Midlands, which is 10 miles away from where he lives.
Hours earlier he posted a video on Twitter urging his followers to stay indoors during the coronavirus outbreak.
“To help save lives you must stay at home. Only leave your house to buy food, to buy medicine or to exercise, and remember to stay at least two metres apart. This is urgent, protect the NHS. Stay at home, save lives," he said in a video.
This is not the first time that Grealish has found himself in a spot of bother with the midfielder reportedly pictured sprawled drunk on the floor in Tenerife in 2015, while he was also the subject of an attack by Birmingham City fan Paul Mitchell, who attacked him on the pitch during a televised derby match.