Kyle Walker holds showdown talks with Gareth Southgate over his England future after exposing himself in bar shame


FLASHING-shamed Kyle Walker has been selected for England’s Euro 2024 qualifiers against Italy and Ukraine, boss Gareth Southgate says.

The Three Lions coach revealed the decision came after speaking “at length” with the Man City star after The Sun revealed shocking CCTV footage of the right-back.

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Cops seized CCTV footage of Walker’s drunken antics

Police launched a probe after married Walker drunkenly waved his penis before snogging, grinding and pawing a pals breasts at a Manchester bar.

His appalling 5.30pm antics on Sunday, March 5, came just 24 hours after he helped his side beat Newcastle United 2-0.

But despite the probe, Mr Southgate said there was “no conclusive evidence” to leave the 32-year-old out of the squad at this stage.

Speaking at a press conference on Thursday, the England coach said: “We want him with us and feel it is the right thing to do.

“When you are an England international there is an even high bar on how you conduct yourselves.

“It is a complicated situation and I have spoken at length with him.

“I have to be very careful not to be the moral judge on things.”

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Uncapped Ivan Toney, 27 – who faces a six-month ban from the FA after breaching betting rules – was also called up to the 25-man squad today.

Visibly drunk Walker spent 90 minutes downing drinks and dirty dancing with the female friends after arriving without his wife at the venue.

The group set off to leave in the minibus shortly before 7pm but dad-of-four Walker was called back to pay the £250 bill.

The £150,000-a-week player was so drunk he couldn’t pay himself so a pal assisted, CCTV showed.

Speaking of the disturbing footage, a source said: “You wonder if it can get worse then he pulls out his p**** in full view of the bar and the women he is with.

“It’s deeply concerning.”

Under the Sexual Offences Act 2003, a person commits indecent exposure if they intentionally expose their genitals — and intend that someone will see them and be caused alarm or distress.

Outraging public decency is a common law offence and is committed when someone does something “lewd, obscene or disgusting” in the presence of at least two members of the public.

If found guilty it is punishable by unlimited imprisonment or unlimited fine.

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England meet up at training ground St George’s Park on Monday, play Italy next Thursday and travel home straight after Sunday’s clash against Ukraine at Wembley.

Gareth Southgate announced the squad for England’s Euro 2024 qualifiers on Thursday

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