ASTON Villa football star Leon Bailey inhales “laughing gas” in images that will shock fans.
Footage emerged of the £25million winger sitting in a motor holding a huge balloon.
As he sang, Bailey, 25 — in a black T-shirt and cap — put the inflatable to his lips and inhaled potentially deadly nitrous oxide.
Another image showed him posing with the deflated balloon hanging from his mouth.
The Jamaican international played in Villa’s 2-0 Premier League win at Everton last Saturday afternoon before being subbed in the 61st minute.
The Sun understands he later went to a show to celebrate a friend’s birthday before partying through the night — culminating in the footage, captioned “Birmingham, 7.19am”, on Sunday.
Fan, John Parry, who was sent the video, said: “My kid idolises Bailey and has his shirt.
“This behaviour is appalling.
“He is meant to be a professional and a role model, but has let himself and the club down badly.
“This kind of reckless behaviour cannot go unpunished.”
Bailey left German side Bayer Laverkusen to join Villa in 2021.
The exciting star, who has scored five times for the Midlands side, now faces the wrath of their no-nonsense boss Unai Emery.
Inhaling nitrous oxide is legal — but it is illegal to supply it due to its psychoactive effect.
It starves the brain of oxygen and makes users feel light-headed and dizzy and can even cause death.
Other football stars including Kyle Walker and Raheem Sterling have previously been pictured inhaling the legal high.
Aston Villa were approached for comment yesterday.