Roy Keane has been summonsed to appear in court in England following an alleged road-rage incident with a taxi driver at the end of January. The Ireland assistant manager was involved in an altercation with a taxi man in Altrincham on the morning of January 30th and although many speculated that nothing would come of it, it appears something has come of it with the Daily Mail's Mike Keegan confirming that Keane has been requested to appear before a court in relation to the road rage incident.
Breaking: Roy Keane has been summonsed to appear at court following an alleged road rage incident with a taxi driver. More @MailSport soon.
— Mike Keegan (@MikeKeegan_DM) March 5, 2015
Following the alleged incident, the taxi driver confirmed that he had reported the incident to the police and it seems this latest development is the result of that. According to Roger Johnson of the BBC, Keane will appear in court next month on a public order charge.
Roy Keane to appear in court next month on public order charge - after alleged row with taxi driver in Altrincham. @BBCNWT
— Roger Johnson (@RogerJ_01) March 5, 2015