Harry Maguire and co. reportedly racked up a £63,000 bar bill in a ‘five-hour drinking session’ ahead of his arrest in Mykonos.
The Manchester United captain hit the headlines for the wrong reasons this week after allegedly attacking a policeman while on a night out on the Greek island.
It’s claimed his sister Daisy was stabbed in the arm, which sparked a brawl that resulted Maguire heading to the cells.
Maguire flew to Mykonos with his fiancee Fern Hawkins after United’s Europa League semi-final defeat to Sevilla and engaged in a three-day binge before Thursday’s fateful scrap.
On Tuesday, according to The Sun, Maguire and a group that included Chelsea star Ross Barkley and snooker player Judd Trump racked up a £63,000 bar tab in just five hours.
The group, which also included Love Island’s Chris Hughes and Harry’s brother Joe, who plays for Accrington Stanley, downed expensive booze and ate lobster.
One bottle of Dom Perignon set them back £18,000, while the food totalled £1,200.
Harry Maguire and co. bar bill
£5,767 – Don Perignon Cuvee Brut (x4)
£17,210 – Armand de Brignac Brut
£5,136 – Armand de Brignac Brut Gold (x3)
£3,784 – Perrier – Jouet Belle Epoque
£18,022 – Dom Perignon Cuvee Brut 2002
£189 – Dr Smoke rye whiskey cocktails (x10)
£126 – Myconian Elite vodka cocktails (x7)
£5,857 – Beluga Gold Line vodka
£765 – Zacapa XO rum
£765 – Jack Daniel’s (x3)
£540 – Tomahawk steaks (x5)
£1,189 – Lobster (x12)
£820 – Ribeye steaks (x7)
£43 – Greek meze platters (x2)
£273 – Wagyu beef rolls (x8)
£2,703 – VIP island with private sunbeds
Maguire paid a fraction of the bill and mainly drank beer in the VIP area.
The following night Maguire and co. went to the Cosi Bar in Mykonos, where the 27-year-old England ace was taunted by a group of rival supporters.
It’s said they made sickening references to the 1958 Munich air disaster and disparaging remarks about the defender’s ability.
While Maguire shrugged it off on that night, the following evening they bumped into the same group who ‘clearly wanted to have a fight with him’.
A source told The Sun: ‘These guys were trying to wind him up.
‘It was OK on the Wednesday night but by Thursday night they had stepped it up. They clearly wanted to have a fight with him.’
Maguire and two friends were accused of fighting with rival fans and police outside a nightclub, while it’s claimed they tried to bribe officials to drop the case.
A spokesperson for the Greek police said: ‘Patrolling police officers in the area of Mykonos intervened to settle a dispute between a group.
‘However, three foreigners involved in the incident turned against them, insulting and hitting a police officer with fists.
‘The three foreigners were taken to the Mykonos Police Station, where upon their arrival they strongly resisted, pushing and beating three police officers.
‘Then one of the detainees tried to offer money so the process against them would not be completed.’
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