Lewis Burton has reportedly broken the 14-day quarantine rules by jetting to Marbella just eight days after returning from a trip to Ibiza.
The model/tennis player, 28, jetted off to the Spanish party island late last month for a holiday with his girlfriend Lottie Tomlinson.
Daily Mail reports the pair got back on August 24, and Lewis has since posted video of himself in Marbella.
Lewis, who previously dated late star Caroline Flack, took to Instagram to share a clip of himself dining at fancy restaurant in the city and he also uploaded a clip of the beach.
He has also been featured in videos shared by his pal Steven Sulley, and visited swanky hotel Puente Romano Marbella.
It’s the same hotel where Geordie Shore star Chloe Ferry is staying as she celebrates her birthday there this week.
The trip means Lewis has broken the government’s 14-day quarantine rules if he jetted to Marbella less than two weeks after getting back from Ibiza.
The rules state that those getting back from the party paradise must isolate for 14 days on their return.
Those who break the rules can face a £1,000 fine.
Countries including Spain, France, Portugal are all on the list of destinations which carry a 14-day quarantine period on arrival back home.
The regulations were introduced due to a spike in coronavirus cases and those quarantining have to adhere to strict rules that forbid them from leaving home.
They are unable to leave their house to exercise or visit the shops, and aren’t allowed any visitors except healthcare professionals.
If Lewis and Lottie arrived back in the UK on August 24, it means Lottie should also be staying at home
However, the influencer also appears to have been out and about as she shared a snap of herself on Wednesday which was tagged as taken in Brighton.
It’s not clear if Lottie was in the city or whether the snap was just a throwback.