Paul Scholes is filmed using jerry can to top up his Mercedes

Paul Scholes is filmed using jerry can to top up his Mercedes
Paul Scholes is filmed using jerry can to top up his Mercedes
He shoots, he POURS! Man Utd legend Paul Scholes is filmed using jerry can to top up his luxury Mercedes 4x4 by roadside as petrol crisis grips UK Former England footballer Paul Scholes is seen filling up his Mercedes 4Matic He was filmed unscrewing fuel cap next to a country road in unknown location Scholes was seen being handed can by another man before pouring the fuel in Footage was posted yesterday on the Instagram story of his daughter Alicia, 20

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Former England footballer Paul Scholes has been filmed filling up his Mercedes car on a roadside with petrol from a jerry can as fuel panic buying continues.

The ex-Manchester United star, who is now a TV pundit, was videoed unscrewing the cap on his luxury 4Matic next to a country road in an unknown location.

Scholes, 46, dressed in a black hoodie pulled up over his head, was seen being handed the can by another man before pouring the fuel into his 4x4 car.

The footage was filmed from another car and posted yesterday on the Instagram story of his daughter Alicia, 20, who plays netball for Manchester Thunder.

Paul Scholes has been filmed filling up his Mercedes on a roadside with petrol from a jerry can

Paul Scholes has been filmed filling up his Mercedes on a roadside with petrol from a jerry can

The ex-Manchester United star was filmed unscrewing the cap on his luxury 4Matic car

The ex-Manchester United star was filmed unscrewing the cap on his luxury 4Matic car

Scholes filled up the car with a jerry car next to a country road in an unknown location

Scholes filled up the car with a jerry car next to a country road in an unknown location

Scholes was seen being handed the can by another man before pouring the fuel into his car

Scholes was seen being handed the can by another man before pouring the fuel into his car

According to The Sun, a caption said: 'Last time u can have a go at me for having no petrol, Paul Scholes.' MailOnline has asked Scholes's representatives for comment.

It comes as retailers warned the panic buying of petrol shows no sign of ending as filling stations in many parts of Britain continued to run dry today.

Long queues were again reported outside open stations, after the

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