Premier League ace Jack Grealish crashed his car following a 4am party – just hours after urging fans stay indoors for the virus lockdown.
The Aston Villa hypocrite, 24, apparently smashed the £80,000 Range Rover into three parked cars near Solihull, West Midlands.
Grealish appeared unsteady and confused moments after the alleged crash.
The Aston Villa captain was seen arguing with onlookers at 8am on Sunday — amid claims he had partied all night at a pal’s flat despite the virus lockdown.
Hours earlier, he posted a video urging fans to stay safe at home.
Residents’ photos show the midfielder standing next to his damaged vehicle in a hoodie, shorts and one black slipper and a white slip-on sandal.
The 4×4 was said to have reversed from a designated parking bay, across a road and gone into a parked silver van, leaving it with a dented bumper and smashed rear lights.
Witnesses said the Range Rover then drove 200 yards, veering on to the pavement and careering into vehicles including a £30,000 silver C-Class Mercedes, and a £20,000 blue Merc.
Grealish’s vehicle also collided with iron railings in front of an estate agency.
It was left parked on double yellows in front of flats, with damage to the rear and debris scattered nearby.
Grealish was alleged to have boasted to motorists that he would pay for the damage.
He was said to have left details with a resident then walked off before police arrived in Dickens Heath, near Solihull.
A neighbour said: “The party had been going on all night. It was unbearable. The noise had only stopped a short while when, just after 8am, there were a series of almighty collisions which reverberated through the flats.
Grealish was said to have been at the flat of ex-Scottish striker Ross McCormack, 33, who left Villa last year.