Stoke striker appears slightly worse for wear as he scales security fence to dance with revellers
PREMIER LEAGUE star Peter Crouch showed no fear in getting his groove on as he spent Tuesday night rocking to Kasabian in London on Tuesday.
The popular Stoke City striker could not help but standout as he joined revellers at The Forum in Kentish Town.
Fresh from scoring in his side’s 3-1 victory over Hull City on Saturday, the 36-year-old looked in relaxed mood among the revellers at the gig.
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Although the 36-year-old did look like he had enjoyed a skinful as his giant frame rocked to tunes such as Empire and Shoot the Runner.
Crouch, famed for his partying antics and robot goal celebrations, showed no sign of losing his Club Foot after leaping onto the dancefloor to join in the partying with stunned Kasabian fans.
Dressed in black shoes, dark jeans a polka dot-styled shirt, he soon made his way back over a barrier and seemingly back to his VIP area – but not before making the night of those he joined for boogie.
But despite standing at 6ft 7in, the huge forward still needed a little assistance to avoid a stumble as he attempted to climb back over the security rail.
Luckily for him, a lady in blue was there to offer him a shoulder to balance on to help him avoid any embarrassment.
Crouch, married to model and TV presenter Abbey Clancy, is never shy when it comes to letting his hair down.
Just last month he was caught looking a little worse for wear after a boozy day with his friends at the Dubai World Cup horseracing championship.
Earlier in March he was seen enjoying the festivities at the Cheltenham Race Festival.
And no one will ever forget the video of him dancing in Ibiza that went viral several years ago.
He appears to be a big fan of Kasabian too, having previously been spotted at gigs in December 2014 after catching them live at the iTunes Festival of that year also.
However, his partying does not seem to be affecting the veteran’s performances on the pitch.
Earlier this year he bagged his 100th Premier League goal after a successful top-flight career with clubs such as Liverpool, Tottenham and Portsmouth.