Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku has done the honourable thing and reimbursed the LAPD following his arrest for multiple noise complaints back in July.
The Belgium international was cited by police following five separate warnings over noise levels at the Beverly Hills house he was staying.
His boisterous stay ended with the 24-year-old under arrest and slapped with a court order, where his lawyer entered a no-contest plea on Monday.
Reported by Sky Sports, the United sharpshooter paid the princely sum of £336 to cover the cost those numerous police visits conveyed his remorse through his counsel.
“Mr Lukaku deeply regrets any inconvenience he caused the city of Beverly Hills. And he’s pleased by this settlement to make amends for his past conduct and pleased to have the matter behind him.”
An additional £384 was added in fines and penalties as the charges levelled against the star were reduced to disturbance of the peace.
A mere nine days after his arrest, Lukaku made his big-money move to Old Trafford, where is currently being handsomely rewarded for his effort. Shelling out a little over £700 will certainly not hurt him in the pocket but his statement, delivered by his lawyer, goes a little way at least to demonstrating the player’s regret over his behaviour.