David de Gea might earn £35,000 a week but that didn't stop the Manchester United keeper allegedly stealing a £1.19 doughnut from Tesco.
The Spaniard waltzed into the store in Atrincham, Greater Manchester with two friends before wolfing down the tasty treat, it is being claimed.
De Gea apparently tried to make a speedy exit but was spotted on CCTV and quizzed by security staff - one of whom spoke Spanish.
They left the star in no doubt that he had made a howler but stopped short of taking any further action or calling the police.
'The security guards who monitor the CCTV watched two of them take a doughnut each out of the Krispy Kreme cabinet,' a source claimed in The Sun.
'They weren’t very subtle. They swaggered in chatting loudly in Spanish.
'Incredibly, they then appeared to try to leave without paying — or buying anything else for that matter.'
The source said that when challenged and ushered into the search room, de Gea did not seem to know what was going on and 'looked pretty embarrassed'.
A Tesco spokesman said: 'A customer was spoken to by our security team and the issue was resolved.'( Collapse )