ARSENAL are investigating a potential breach of Covid laws by captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
The striker appeared to interrupt lockdown guidelines to get a brand new tattoo.
He was pictured exhibiting off the inking on the Instagram account of Spanish tattoo artist Alejandro Nicolas Bernal.
And the footage was posted simply days after Aubameyang had been given break day by the membership to go to his unwell mom in France.
Underneath UK Authorities laws, all cell and static tattoo parlours should stay closed throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
However neither Aubameyang nor Barcelona-based Bernal had been sporting a masks throughout the session to embellish the participant’s hand.
It was not clear when or the place the tattoo work was carried out however the movie was posted 5 days in the past on the alexink8 account.
It seems to have taken place in some sort of industrial space.
Now Arsenal need to know if their ten-goal top-scorer has compromised their biosecure bubble.
Aubameyang, 31, was given permission by supervisor Mikel Arteta to sprint to France on a mercy mission when his mom, Margarita, was taken critically unwell three weeks in the past.
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Auba returned to the beginning line-up on Sunday and scored his first Premier League hat-trick in the 4-2 win against Leeds, when he kept his hands hidden by gloves.
Now Arteta, who was the primary individual in British soccer to get Covid, can be questioning if his belief has been betrayed.
An Arsenal spokesman stated final night time: “We’ll communicate to the participant about this matter and set up what has taken place.”
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