Former England cricketer ‘Freddie’ Flintoff slams thief who stole his wallet while he was at the gym
- The former England cricket captain, 40, robbed at Total Fitness in Altrincham
- He tweeted: ‘To the p**** who’s nicked my wallet bring it back you’re on CCTV’
- Greater Manchester Police told MailOnline the theft has not yet been reported
Andrew Flintoff has been robbed during a trip to the gym in his exclusive Cheshire home town, it was revealed today.
The former England cricket captain, 40, has warned the ‘p****’ who took his wallet from Total Fitness in Altrincham he is on CCTV and must hand it back.
He tweeted his 2million followers: ‘To the p**** who’s just nicked my wallet just bring it back you’re on CCTV and now getting the police involved’.
Greater Manchester Police have told MailOnline that the theft has not yet been reported.
Andrew Flintoff has been robbed during a trip to the gym in his exclusive Cheshire home town
Freddie had this message from the person who stole his wallet while he was at the gym yesterday
Mr Flintoff’s followers responded to the theft from the 6ft4ins former fast bowler.
One told him: ‘He’s a brave man or a f***** nutter to be pinching your stuff Fred.
“If he has any sense he’ll hand the wallet and himself in at a local police station. Safest place for him.”
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Flintoff is best known as an English international cricketer, and was regarded as one of the sport’s most talented all rounders.
He retired in 2010, then returned to play for Brisbane Heat in Australia during the 2014-5 season, before hanging up his boots once again.
He has since enjoyed a successful reality TV career and appeared on a number of celebrity shows.
Most notably he was crowned the winner of I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here in 2015 for his spell in the Australian jungle.
Since 2010 he has also been a regular panellist as team captain for the Sky TV show ‘A League of Their Own’ which quizzes contestants on their sporting knowledge.
Mr Flintoff and his gym have been contacted for comment.
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