KATIE Price and her boyfriend Carl Woods had the police knocking on their door today after she was reported for breaking lockdown rules.
The couple dodged a Covid fine following their Valentine's Day trip earlier this month, and Carl claims the police were back again as they nipped out to get a takeaway from Sheesh in Essex.
"I just had the police back at the door again," he told fans on Instagram.
"This time because we had Sheesh takeaway last night and someone reported us saying it's 'unessential' that we went to Sheesh to get takeaway.
"What is wrong with you people? You're just wasting police time.
"I'm just going to carry on, living the way I live and so is Kate because we're doing nothing wrong."
Last night the couple shared pictures from their trip to the barbecue restaurant in Chigwell – about a 45 minute drive from their home.
"Memories @sheeshchigwell when I met @carljwoods and back again for takeaway for Bunny, Jett, Princess, Junior and Harvey," Katie posted.
The Sun previously revealed that Katie and Carl had been spoken to by police after they were accused of breaking lockdown rules on Valentine's Day.
The couple had left Carl's home in Essex on Valentine's weekend and driven 180 miles to Shropshire, with the pair staying at the luxury cottages at Henlle Hall – the same place they visited with the family at Christmas.
Carl and Katie came under fire after they claimed they'd spent Valentine's Day in a 'love cabin' in his back garden.
But they dodged a fine when officers ruled they were at the luxury cabins for "legitimate business purposes".
They were seen driving away from the accommodation – about a five-hour drive from their home – today in a white BMW.
A spokesperson for Katie, 42, confirmed they were interviewed by police at the time.
They said: "The Shropshire Police have confirmed they are satisfied after questioning that both Miss Price and Carl Woods were there for legitimate business purposes.
"No fines were issued."
Afterwards West Mercia Police insisted that the couple did not break the rules with the 180-mile trip – but added that they "do not condone" her actions.
The authority said in a statement: "While we discourage this kind of behaviour and do not condone it, neither party was found to have broken the regulations, which allow for holiday apartments to provide accommodation for a person who needs it for work purposes, or to provide voluntary or charitable service.
"As we continue to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic it is important people adhere to the spirit of lockdown and protect the NHS."
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