Manchester City defender Kyle Walker could face a police probe after he was reportedly caught flashing in a bar.
The Sun reports that the boozed-up footballer dropped his tracksuit bottoms and exposed himself in view of drinkers.
This reportedly happened not just once but twice in the footage seen by the Sun.
More video of the night also exposed the father of four 'pawing' at one of his female friends' breasts and kissing her.
The lady who the City star snogged didn't look like his wife Annie who was nowhere to be seen in any of the footage.
Walker's behaviour came 24 hours after he helped his team beat Newcastle 2-0 on Saturday.
It was reported that the England international was visibly drunk when he arrived at the Manchester bar in the company of two blonde women and some male friends at around 5.20 pm on Sunday.
He spent 90 minutes drinking and dirty dancing with his friends before leaving in a minibus run by the firm that City uses just before 7 pm.
The 32-year-old was however called back to foot the bill of £250.
Upon arriving, a barman reportedly stood with a card machine but Walker, who was boozed up, fumbled for his wallet.
It took the intervention of one of his friends who returned from the minibus to search through the defender's pockets for a payment method.
A source said to the Sun: “The video footage is really disturbing.
“The woman Walker is with is not his wife but he reaches round and paws at her breasts.
“You wonder if it can get worse then he pulls out his p**** in full view of the bar and the women he is with. It’s deeply concerning.”
While Walker may claim his flashing was a joke, he could be probed by the police for indecent exposure, which can land offenders a maximum two-year jail term or an unlimited fine.
The UK Sexual Offences Act 2003 has it that a person commits indecent exposure if they intentionally expose their genitals and intend that someone will see them which could cause alarm or distress.
Lending her voice to the issue of Walker's lewd behaviour, Teresa Parker of Women's Aid told the Sun last night, “Whether done to shock, for a so-called laugh or to intimidate, for those affected by indecent exposure there can be long-term effects, upset and trauma.
“It can give the person exposing themselves a sense of power in the situation.
“And if there are no repercussions, it possibly gives them the confidence to see what they can get away with next time.”