Prem star Andros Townsend ‘smashed his car through roadworks while screaming & swearing’ sparking police probe

PREM star Andros Townsend is being investigated by police after allegedly smashing through roadworks screaming: “I need to get to my f***g house.”

The Everton player hit a manned tarmac spreader after being told he could not drive to his property because the street was being resurfaced, it was claimed.

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Townsend is accused of refusing to wait, or park his white £80,000 Range Rover and walk less than five minutes to his homeAlamy

He is accused of refusing to wait, or park his white £80,000 Range Rover and walk less than five minutes to his home in Liverpool.

Shaken staff at paving firm Sefton called police after the footballer’s vehicle broke a barrier and hit an eight-wheel asphalt machine on December 5.

Police swiftly arrived and spoke to the 31-year-old footballer, who has 13 England caps, at his home.

Sources said the former Spurs and Crystal Palace winger could be charged with dangerous driving as officers search for footage and investigations continue.

It came days after his return to the UK, having been part of ITV’s punditry team at the start of the World Cup in Qatar.

A source told The Sun: “No one could believe their eyes. Andros, who was calmly commentating on our screens days earlier, was in a rage. The red mist descended.

“Contractors were tarmacking the road less than five minutes from his property. It was unfortunate timing when he pulled up at a road barrier. The tarmac was piping hot and being laid in front of him.

“It was impossible to drive a vehicle over the road. The workmen explained he could wait or park up and complete the short journey to his house on foot.

“But Andros wasn’t having that. He screamed, ‘I need to get to my f*****g house’. And with that he knocked over the barrier, stopping traffic, and drove down the side of the pavement in a bid to dodge the roadworks.

“But he was travelling at speed and his car hit a tarmac spreader. It was being driven by a worker, who was left in total shock.”

Police said there were no reports of any injuries, adding: “The driver of the car has been identified and has been spoken to and inquiries are ongoing.”

Townsend was contacted for comment.

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