Wayne Rooney’s Land Rover was daubed with obscenities after he left it parked in a busy Christmas market.
The Derby County manager parked his £150,000 Overfinch Defender in a spot which was supposedly meant for church bell ringers at the market in Prestbury, Cheshire.
Wayne Rooney reportedly refused to move his car when asked at a Christmas market
It’s said he refused to move it when asked by organisers and went to a local pub to spend the evening drinking with friends.
‘Furious locals’ then daubed his £150,000 car with messages and drew giant genitals in the dirt on the bonnet and sides of the vehicle.
They wrote ‘w****r’ on the rear windscreen while ‘lose weight’ was another message written on the car.
Rooney’s vehicle was also surrounded with orange traffic cones while a ‘no parking’ sign was placed under one of his wipers.
Rooney’s Land Rover was said to have been daubed with obscenities by ‘furious locals’
A source told The Sun that those setting up had to put up the stalls around the car and move the bell ringers to a different spot.
Rooney is then said to have picked up his car on Sunday, 24 hours after he abandoned it.
The 36-year-old saw his Derby side take a 1-0 victory over Blackpool on Saturday afternoon.
His side are bottom of the Championship table and 17 points away from safety – due to their 21-point deduction.
Rooney (left) watched his Derby County side beat Blackpool 1-0 on Saturday afternoon