Jack Whitehall caught breaching lockdown rules by playing footie with a dozen mates

FUNNYMAN Jack Whitehall scored a spectacular own goal by breaching lockdown rules with a kickabout.

The 32-year-old could face a police investigation and a hefty fine after the game with a dozen mates.

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All football has been axed, except elite games, under the Government’s coronavirus edict and group exercise is banned.

But bearded Jack, wearing an orange bib, tackled players and high-fived team-mates in the hour-long game in London.

The millionaire — dating model Roxy Horner, 29 — lives not far away in Notting Hill.


His pals brought mobile goals to set up a pitch in Regent’s Park for Tuesday’s kickabout.

One spectator said: “What Jack did is not funny. He has ignored Covid rules and put other people at risk.

"It was an organised game with mobile goals and bibs. Jack even turned up in an Uber. They had clearly planned it.

“I’m amazed someone so high-profile doesn’t seem to care about lockdown.”

Jack’s publicist did not comment.


 

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