Callum Hudson-Odoi filmed flouting coronavirus restrictions for a second time after going on night out with Chelsea team-mate Fikayo Tomori at swanky west London restaurant last month
- Callum Hudson-Odoi broke coronavirus rules for a second time last month
- He filmed himself enjoying a night out with Chelsea team-mate Fikayo Tomori
- Lockdown rules meant only people from the same household could meet indoors
- The winger also breached restrictions by taking a model to his home in May
Callum Hudson-Odoi broke coronavirus lockdown rules for a second time last month as he filmed himself enjoying a night out with Chelsea team-mate Fikayo Tomori.
The winger first broke Covid restrictions in May after he took a model he had reportedly met online back to his apartment and it has now been revealed he breached the rules again in October.
As reported by the Daily Star, Hudson-Odoi visited a swanky west London restaurant with Tomori as the pair enjoyed a night out together.
Callum Hudson-Odoi broke Covid-19 rules for a second time last month, it has been revealed
He filmed himself enjoying a night out with his Chelsea team-mate Fikayo Tomori (above)
Hudson-Odoi tested positive for coronavirus in March meaning Chelsea staff and players had to self isolate and the winger subsequently urged people to be ‘careful’ about Covid.
But the 20-year-old filmed his night out with Tomori which broke lockdown rules. Only members of the same household were allowed to meet indoors at the time of their get together, which came before the month-long lockdown which was announced at the end of October.
In the video Hudson-Odoi sent to friends on social media, Tomori is seen dancing in his seat with loud music blaring in the background and the pair were reportedly joined by at least one other person at the Mayfair venue.
The 20-year-old also broke lockdown rules in May after he took a model into his apartment
The England winger sings along in the clip, tagging Tomori in the post which he captioned: ‘my guy’.
In another video he laughs as his team-mate asks him for his PIN number while waiters ask him to pay the bill.
A source close to Hudson-Odoi told the Daily Star: ‘The club will no doubt be furious.
‘This is really not on, especially given that Callum has had coronavirus himself so he should be taking the rules more seriously.
The winger tested positive for coronavirus in March and previously told people to be careful
‘The rest of the country was doing their bit and meeting friends and family that they don’t live with outside. It’s infuriating they think they’re above the law.’
A Chelsea source told the publication the club had ‘spoken’ to the pair about their behaviour away from the football pitch.
Hudson-Odoi confirmed in June that the Met Police were taking no further action following rape allegations that were made against him by the model he met in May.
The winger had been arrested and released on bail following the allegations but after a thorough investigation he was cleared of all charges.
Writing on his social media platforms in June, Hudson-Odoi said: ‘At a time where there are bigger things happening in the world right now, you may also be aware of serious allegations that were made against me,’ he said.
‘I have stayed silent and assisted the police fully throughout their enquiries, as I knew the day would soon come when my name would be cleared.
‘Following a full and thorough investigation, the police have now confirmed they will take no further action.
‘I would like to use this platform to thank everyone who has stood by my side and supported me during this difficult period.
‘I have learned that being a footballer and playing for one of the best clubs in the world comes with great responsibility, and going forward I will try and use my platform as a Chelsea player to be the best role model that I can be.’