PREMIER League ace Allan SaintMaximin has been slammed for letting his dogs escape and roam the streets.
The pair were rescued by two university students, who said they had to look after the Newcastle star’s pets for almost two hours.
Battersea Dogs and Cats Home said: “It’s concerning that these dogs were found in a park with no owner in sight.”
The students claim Saint-Maximin, 24, who reportedly earns £70,000-a-week, eventually rolled up in his Bentley and did not even thank them.
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