Liverpool refer apparent Mohamed Salah cell phone video to Merseyside police

Gerardo Harmon
August 16, 2018

Salah continued on his device as he wheeled away from the traffic.

The above footage has re-emerged online after Liverpool Football Club confirmed they have made Merseyside Police aware of the footage and circumstances surrounding a clip of Mohamed Salah allegedly using his phone behind the wheel.

Salah scored a goal for the Reds in their 4-0 victory against West Ham in the Premier League on Sunday.

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Under UK law, it is illegal to use a handheld mobile phone when driving, even when the vehicle is stationary at traffic lights or in traffic.

Liverpool also confirmed that the matter would be dealt with internally and that neither club nor player would be commenting on the matter. This has been passed to the relevant department. "Thanks for letting us know", the tweet from Merseyside Police Contact Centre read.

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.

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Drivers face receiving six points on their license or a £200 fine if caught.

The incident is understood to have taken place close to Anfield, where the Egypt global opened the scoring for Jurgen Klopp's side.

Salah dealt with the situation in a brilliant way, hugging the youngster, chatting to him, and quickly and kindly escorting him off the pitch.

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Salah reported to the club's Melwood training base on Monday morning, along with the rest of the squad, after he had played 88 minutes against West Ham.

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