Rape-accused soccer star Benjamin Mendy is pictured answering bail at a police station for the first time since his release from prison.
The 27-year-old Manchester City ace was ordered to wear an electronic tag and had to check in at a local police shop every day under the terms of the bail.
The French international defender has been charged with seven rapes on four women and one more count of sexual assault.
He was released from HMP Strangeways earlier this month.
Mendy spent 134 days in prison after breaching bail conditions following his arrest on suspicion of multiple sex offenses.
He has been ordered to spend the next six months under house arrest at his luxury £4.8million mansion in Prestbury, Cheshire, while he awaits his trial.
He drivers from his six-bedroom property to introduce himself at the Macclesfield Police Station.
One bystander said: “The black out people’s carrier pulled over outside the door outside the police station and this man just jumped out.
“He put his hood up and a mask on and quickly walked in.
“He was only in for a minute and then came out, jumped back into the van and they giggled.”
Mendy was ordered by Judge Patrick Thompson to stay at home, surrender his passport and meet “stringent” conditions upon his final court appearance.
He will not face trial until at least June, which means he will miss the rest of the Premier League season.
Judge Thompson warned Mendy that he would be sent back to prison if he defied any of his bails.
Mendy’s co-defendant of Eccles, GTR Manchester, Louis Saha Maturi, 40, has been charged with six counts of rape and one count of sexual assault.
Mendy was a member of France’s 2018 World Cup winning team.
He has played for Manchester City since 2017, when he joined Monaco in a £52million deal.
Since joining the Blues he has won the Premier League three times, two League Cups and the Community Shield despite making only 50 appearances for the club.