Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has been arrested and cautioned for obstructing police officers who tried to quarantine his pet Yorkshire terrier. The Special One dashed away from Chelsea’s end of season awards ceremony after receiving a phone call from his wife saying police had arrived to take the dog away. Officials feared the dog had been taken abroad, then back to Britain, without jabs.
Mourinho – sore loser as ever – released the dog onto the streets from his Belgravia home rather than allow the police to take it. He was allegedly involved in a confrontation with a policeman.
A Scotland Yard spokesman said: “A 44-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of obstructing police and was taken to a west London police station. He subsequently received a caution for obstructing police.” The spokesman said the dog was to be seized for alleged offences under the Animal Health Act of 1981 and the Rabies Order of 1974. [Via Guardian]