TOTTENHAM defender Serge Aurier appeared to break social distancing rules AGAIN… this time getting a haircut.
The right-back, 27, took to Instagram on Tuesday night to post a photo of his new lid – and fans were quick to question whether he was ignoring government guidelines for a THIRD time.
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Aurier, wearing his Spurs team-mate Davinson Sanchez’s Colombia shirt, posed on a seat with another man stood directly behind him.
In the first photo, he has his hands together, then points to the camera and finally lowers his head to show off the very fresh fade and design in his hair.
He captioned the post: “Yes Sir @justscuts #LeCoiffeurEstBon,” with the hashtag translating to “the hairdresser is good”.
The tagged username is Justin Carr, a barber who has 31.4k Instagram followers and keeps plenty of top Premier League footballers’ lids in shape.
Earlier on Tuesday, Aurier uploaded a video of him kicking a ball, seemingly at Spurs’ training ground – with the players returning for solo sessions for the first time.
He wrote: “Resumption of work… it’s almost time.”
But the latest Instagram post comes less than a month after he and Moussa Sissoko were forced to apologise… for breaking lockdown rules.
The Ivorian full-back shared a video of himself wearing a mask while training with fellow Tottenham man Sissoko on social media before swiftly deleting it.
In a joint statement, the pair said: “We wish to apologise for not setting the right example here.
“We recognise that as professional footballers we have a responsibility to be role models, particularly during this uncertain period that everyone around the world is facing.”
“We must all respect the government advice to minimise the number of lives lost during this pandemic.
“We cannot thank NHS staff enough for their tireless work at this time and we shall both be making a financial donation to show our support for their efforts.”
The incident with Sissoko was the second time Aurier had ignored safety measures as he filmed himself running with a friend two weeks earlier.
On top of Aurier’s mindless antics, Spurs were also criticised after Jose Mourinho was pictured holding a training session in a park doing meanwhile Sanchez and Ryan Sessegnon went running together.
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