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Kyle Walker WON'T be Charged for Exposing Himself to Women


 After the Manchester City player allegedly "exposed himself" to women in a bar, Kyle Walker WON'T be charged with a crime.

Despite reportedly "exposing" himself in a bar earlier this month, Kyle Walker won't be prosecuted.

After reportedly exposing himself in a bar earlier this month, Walker won't be prosecuted.

Cheshire Constabulary was made aware on March 8 of a video circulating on social media in reference to an alleged incident at a bar in the Wilmslow area, according to a statement provided to The Sun by Cheshire Police. Officers' investigations, which involved talking to persons who were directly engaged, are now complete.

"On March 16, a 32-year-old Prestbury man willingly went to a police station to be questioned. The matter is now concluded because he was dealt with outside of court.

After The Sun revealed CCTV evidence of Walker in a bar in Wilmslow, Cheshire, reportedly exposing himself to friends and other patrons while intoxicated on a day off from training, Walker was under investigation. Walker missed City's next two games after the incident against Crystal Palace and RB Leipzig, but they did not punish him for it.

Walker has been selected for England's team for the next Euro 2024 qualifiers against Italy and Ukraine and will play Burnley in City's FA Cup quarterfinal match on Saturday.