Wayne Rooney has started his community service painting benches at a garden centre for disabled adults near his £6million home.
The Everton striker, who admitted being almost three times the drink-drive limit last month, is working there, as part of a 100-hour community service order he received, along with a two-year road ban.
The star is said to be desperate to convince wife Coleen he is turning his life around – after being caught with another woman while drunk in the car after a night out.
£150,000-a-week star Wayne Rooney was chauffeured to his shift, near his £6million home in Prestbury, Cheshire.
At 8.40am, he walked in wearing a blue jacket, blue hoodie, matching blue bottoms and black Nike trainers. Once at the garden centre, Rooney, 31, put on a green zip-up fleece, worn by colleagues and spent all his time inside.
He has already completed two days of work – at least 12 hours.