Sept. 1 (UPI) -- English soccer legend Wayne Rooney was arrested Friday near Cheshire, England.
A source told the Telegraph that Rooney was seen dancing on tables at a bar earlier that night. His VW Beetle was pulled over by police around 2 a.m. A source told the Telegraph that Rooney's former Manchester United teammate Wes Brown was also at the bar.
The younger brother of ex-teammate Phil Bardsley was also with Rooney and Brown, according to reports.
England's all-time leading goal scorer spent the night in jail.
"Cheshire Police has charged a man with drink-driving following a vehicle stop in Wilmslow," police told the Telegraph.
"The man was arrested shortly after 2.00am today, Friday 1 September, after officers stopped a black VW Beetle on Altrincham Road, Wilmslow.
"Wayne Rooney, aged 31, has since been charged with driving whilst over the prescribed limit."
The soccer star was released on bail.
Rooney is due in court on Sept. 18, according to multiple reports.
He announced his retirement from international play last week. Rooney scored 53 goals in 119 games for England.
Everton has yet to comment on Rooney. The English squad faces Tottenham on Sept. 9 at Goodison Park. Rooney's wife Coleen is currently pregnant with the couple's fourth child. Everton faces Manchester United on Sept. 17.
Rooney joined Everton in July on a two-year deal.