No military movement over Salah pushing video
Liverpool star Mohamed Salah will not be prosecuted after he was apparently filmed regulating a mobile phone while driving.
Merseyside Police pronounced there is “insufficient evidence” for them to take serve movement after footage circulated on Twitter in August.
The force pronounced a 26-year-old had been “spoken to by officers and given recommendation and superintendence around mobile phone use in a vehicle”.
Liverpool FC have declined to comment.
In August, a Premier League bar pronounced they had alerted military after discussions with a player.
“We have oral to a actor also and will understanding with any follow-up internally,” they added.
The video seemed to uncover a Egypt international, who scored 44 goals for Liverpool final season, regulating his phone while behind a circle as his automobile is surrounded by fans, including children.
It is suspicion to have been taken after Liverpool’s 4-0 home win opposite West Ham on 12 August, in that Salah scored a opening goal.
Merseyside Police said: “We can endorse a 26-year-old male was oral to following an occurrence on Arkles Lane in Liverpool on Sunday 12 August.
“Inquiries have taken place and there is deficient justification to support a charge and as such no serve movement will be taken.
“The male has been oral to by officers and given recommendation and superintendence around mobile phone use in a vehicle.”