Nolberto Solano sorry after being detained for breaking Peru curfew

by Theguardian

Former Newcastle midfielder seen out after 8pm cut-off timeSolano said trip out for meal had lasted longer than expectedCoronavirus – latest updates | See all our coronavirus coverage

The former Newcastle United midfielder Nolberto Solano apologised on Friday after being detained by Peruvian police for being outside his house during tight quarantine hours set up to stop the spread of coronavirus.

Solano claimed he left his home on Thursday before the 8pm curfew began for a lunch that went on longer than planned.

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