By hosting a round-robin footie competition in his back garden, MAN United legend Paul Scholes could face a £3,200 fine for breaking lockout laws again.
"He filmed son Arron and up to 20 other participating players and put online video with the caption:" Just what I need tonight, Arron and his mates bell * * *.
In a jokey dig, he said they wanted half of the middle and a striker.
At his £3.9 million mansion in Oldham, Scholes, 45, will now be charged by the police for the second violation.
The Sun told how he was spoken to over a seven-hour party for Arron’s 21st.
The source added, "Either he lives on the moon, or he doesn't even care about the rules."
"In a city that is very dealing with the infection, it's a flagrant violation."
Weeks earlier, Oldham was put under local curbs. The 132 infections per 100,000 persons gave it a "red" ranking on Monday.