The best jokes as Wayne Rooney is sentenced for drink-driving

Banned from driving for 2 years and ordered to perform 100 hours of unpaid work.

After Wayne Rooney was sentenced for drink-driving, justice was served and jokes were made
SERVED: Justice (Image: Rafesmar)

These were the best jokes after Wayne Rooney appeared at Stockport Magistrates’ Court on Monday and admitted drink-driving.

The Everton striker was reportedly arrested earlier this month when police stopped a car in Wilmslow, Cheshire in the middle of the night.

31-year-old Rooney has now been banned from driving for two years and ordered to do 100 hours of unpaid work as part of a 12-month community order.

He must also pay £170, which includes prosecution costs and a victim surcharge.

In a statement, the player said:

Of course I accept the sentence of the court and hope that I can make some amends through my community service.

This is a selection of the best jokes as Wayne Rooney is sentenced for drink-driving:

Rooney forms defensive wall in court pic.twitter.com/mSjqOOeYml

— Oldfirmfacts (@Oldfirmfacts1) September 18, 2017

If Rooney gets 6pts for his Driving ban,he goes above Everton

— Mick Quinn (@mickquinn1089) 18 September 2017

Rooney to judge pic.twitter.com/yg14yJaVR8

— Football Burp ⚽ (@FootballBurp) September 18, 2017


— ⓡⓐⓕⓘ (@raficlassy) September 18, 2017

Could have said his twin was driving…. pic.twitter.com/GFeIyoLHoG

— Luke (@SliceOfLuke) September 18, 2017

Colleen Rooney praying the community service isn't at an old people's home.

— Newsfox (@theNewsfox) 18 September 2017

Imagine driving through Liverpool and seeing Rooney picking up litter at the side of the road.


— Oliver (@nemanjamatic31) 18 September 2017

Wayne Rooney is available for 100 hours to tarmac your driveway. He may require a lift to work though.

— LIAR MPs (@LiarMPs) 18 September 2017

When can you come and paint my fence?

— Neil Webster (@WebbyRipley) September 18, 2017

Hi Rooney do u want picking up in the morning pal

— Adam McKola (@AdamMcKola) 18 September 2017

Courtroom artists are only allowed to draw from memory. The artist in the Wayne Rooney trial can remember back to the Palaeolithic Age pic.twitter.com/6AVi2Jbjri

— Olaf Falafel (@OFalafel) 18 September 2017

Wayne Rooney interviewed coming out of court scratches the side of his head saying he's disappointed not to get three points

— Bolo (@BPpx2) 18 September 2017

Come for a pint in stockport spoons

— Cranie (@JoshCrane_) September 18, 2017

Rooney got lucky with that sentence. 100 hours community service which the judge said includes playing for Everton.

— Jason Bent (@Jason9Bent) 18 September 2017

when you find out your community service is down the local care home 😂 #rooney pic.twitter.com/DBEj8XSNTs

— Laura cufc (@laurabarr38) 18 September 2017

Rooney's court drawing was a bit harsh. pic.twitter.com/dcwtD6uCEZ

— SportsJOE (@SportsJOE_UK) 18 September 2017

Just seen Rooney picking dog shit up on the red rec…😂 pic.twitter.com/IQt2snIuYB

— Roy Cropper (@RoyCropperNOT_) September 18, 2017

Lol in 2 years when Rooney gets his licence back and his insurance premiums have rocketed. That'll teach him.

— Ryan R (@RyanRMUFC) 18 September 2017


— Gareth Day (@garethday95) September 18, 2017

Wazza in 10 years pic.twitter.com/xPAjqeaX18

— @ManUtd_HQ (@ManUtd_HQ) September 18, 2017