Wayne Rooney paints park benches in Macclesfield as he begins his community service (photos)

Everton striker, Wayne Rooney has started his community service for the drink driving offense he committed last month.

Recall, the former Manchester United star was stopped by police on the 1st of September while driving 29-year-old party girl Laura Simpson, who claimed the striker complimented her 32E breasts during a 10-hour drinking session and also said the pair had ‘kissed and cuddled.

He was arrested in the woman’s Volkswagen Beetle in Wilmslow, Cheshire, and was kept in a police cell overnight after he failed a breath test which showed he had 104mcg of alcohol per 100ml of breath with the legal limit being 35mcg.

After he pleaded guilty on September 18 at Stockport Magistrates Court to drink driving he was handed a 24-month driving ban and given 100 hours’ community service as part of a 12-month community order.

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Now, the former England captain, had a chauffeured trip in a £60,000 Audi as he arrived at a community center in Macclesfield this morning, where he painted park benches as part of routine maintenance tasks which began at 9.39am.

An onlooker was quoted by Mail Online saying:

‘He got out of an Audi and just looked really miserable and shrugged when a staff member tried to talk to him.

‘The guy was shoveling mud into a wheelbarrow and smoking a fag and tried to chat to Wayne, but he walked straight past him without stopping.’

The footballer is also said to be battling to save his marriage to wife Coleen, who is expecting their fourth child.

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