By Muambo Edward
Football Writer, kick442.com – Cameroon
Ivorian international defender Serge Aurier has been in hot waters lately with his English Premier club Tottenham Hotspurs, after he was found guilty of violating Coronavirus social distancing guidelines.
Aurier had posted a picture of himself and his barber in his house against the guidelines put in place by the UK Government, to curb the spread of the deadly Coronavirus.
The barber is not a member of Aurier’s household, so he was not supposed to be allowed into his house during this Coronavirus imposed lockdown.
This was the third time Aurier has been found guilty of violating the guidelines since the lockdown was imposed.
The former PSG and Toulouse player who is never far from controversy did not take long to react on the matter.
In a message published on his Instagram account the 27-year-old defended himself, claiming that his detractors were at work.
Despite what he considers to be a defense, Tottenham Hotspurs have meted out a financial punishment to the Ivorian.
According to reports from the Daily Mirror, the Ivorian has been levied a huge financial punishment.
For violating confinement rules for a third time, Aurier has been fined the sum of €155,000, which is equivalent to his wages for two weeks.
Whether this serves as a lesson or not to the Ivorian is what is left to be seen.
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