Police probe as football star Salah filmed 'using phone while driving'

Police probe as football star Salah filmed 'using phone while driving'

It appears to show Salah using his phone while in the driver's seat of a auto, which is surrounded by young Liverpool soccer fans.

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The club will not make further comment on the matter as they would deal with the issue 'internally'. Touching your mobile phone while driving is not allowed in England. While the video offers no specific details of who took it and where Liverpool's spokesperson said that the player is aware of the footage.

Merseyside Police confirmed they were aware of the footage.

Liverpool have referred footage of star player Mohamed Salah to the police after the forward was allegedly seen using his phone while behind the wheel of his auto.

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Under UK driving laws, it is illegal to use a handheld mobile phone when driving - even while stopped at traffic lights or queuing in traffic.

It was a heady Sunday afternoon at Anfield as Liverpool swept West Ham aside in a comprehensive 4-0 victory. "This has been passed to the relevant department", read the tweet further. "Neither the club nor the player will be making any further comment", a Liverpool spokesman told various United Kingdom media.

"We knew that the [Liverpool] match was going to be very hard, as their attack is really fast and they score a lot of goals", West Ham forward Anderson told the club's official website.

Liverpool's talisman was taken to hospital for an X-ray to determine the extent of his injury, and according to Egypt's Football Association, the results of the scan have been initially positive.

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