Coleen's 'furious phone call to husband Wayne Rooney over drunken airport arrest' is rev
Wayne Rooney has been banned by wife Coleen from leaving the house without her following his drunken arrest at a US airport.
The former England captain was on the end of a furious phone call from Coleen, who is said to have yelled at him: 'How many times do you need to be told?'
Ex-Manchester United star Rooney, 33, who now plays for Washington's DC United in the US, was held in a cell for public intoxication and swearing after his drink-fuelled outburst at the city's Dulles Airport on December 16.
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One witness claimed he told officials to 'f*** off' when he triggered an alarm in the airport when he 'tried to go back to the plane'.
Wayne and Coleen Rooney were spotted taking their kids shopping in Washington DC earlier yesterday after news broke that he had been arrested at a US airport for 'public intoxication'
Rooney, pictured in a police mugshot, had set off an alarm as he opened a door and then swore at airport police who failed to recognise him.
A source told The Sun Coleen was fuming with her husband and laid down the law about his future behaviour.
The source said: 'She told him he wasn't to go out of the house again without her supervision. She was mortified when she got the call about it and wanted him straight home. She called him an idiot for doing something so stupid.
'She warned him to never do something so daft again. When he's been drinking and gets into trouble it upsets her because she thinks it gives a bad impression of their relationship.'
Rooney is said to have become disorientated and triggered a security alarm after mixing alcohol and sleeping pills during a 14-hour flight from Riyadh where he had been on a promotional event.
A witness told The Sun the fracas lasted 30 minutes and was prompted when Rooney walked through the international arrivals gate only to turn around and try to go back.
Wayne Rooney was arrested for 'public intoxication and swearing' in Virginia, US
The witness added: 'He'd come off his plane and gone through the gate marked International Arrivals — then wanted to go back for some reason. Only security and airport staff are allowed to do that. He was cursing, saying f*** off. He was not very happy at all.'
He was held in police cells for three hours but escaped the 'misdemeanour' charge by paying a £19 fine with £72 in costs – which will take him an estimated two minutes and 12 seconds to earn back. Rooney later flew back to the UK to spend Christmas with Coleen, 32, and their four sons.
The Rooney family were spotted together for the first time since news broke that Wayne was locked up for four hours for public intoxication.
Wayne has been banned by wife Coleen from leaving the house without her, according to a source
Wayne and his family are now back in America having been at their Cheshire mansion enjoying an extended Christmas break before he starts training with his teammates in a fortnight.
The unshaven footballer was seen sporting a baseball cap and black gilet as he joined Coleen and the kids at a shopping mall near their home in Washington.
Rooney, 33, held several bags from a GameStop and an Aquaman trident while Coleen held on to two Happy Meals for the kids.
Last night his wife Coleen was spotted picking up a Nando's takeaway.
The 32-year-old, who is mother to their four children Kai, nine, Klay, five, Kit, two, and Cass, nine months, was pictured picking up the food at a branch of the chicken chain in Bethesda, Maryland.
Rooney who plays for DC United in the US, drank three mixed cocktails and consumed a sleeping pill on his private jet flight from Riyadh where he had carried out some paid promotional work for Formula E Racing.
Wayne Rooney pictured for first time since details of arrest emerged
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My view: I don't get why Wayne Rooney was swearing, after all, the police were just doing their job, pointless behaving like a football yob. Rooney should have been fined $25k (£19k) and pay costs of $91k (£71k)and not $25, as he earned £20million in 2018.