Mason Bennett was filmed being sick in a pub toilet by his new Derby captain Tom Huddlestone just hours before crashing his car and being arrested for drink driving.
The 23-year-old was arrested by police on Tuesday night along with team-mate Tom Lawrence.
Snapchat videos uploaded on the night by Huddlestone have surfaced showing Bennett vomiting into a urinal while his colleagues mocked him for only having ‘three pints of Peroni’.
Mason Bennett was filmed being sick in a pub toilet by his new captain Tom Huddlestone
Snapchat videos uploaded on the night by Huddlestone show Bennett vomiting
In another clip, he is filmed downing a pint of lager as several players sit on couches
Someone can be heard shouting to Bennett ‘get it all out Mas’ as the forward throws up.
Another player says to him: ‘F***ing three pints of Peroni are f***ing strong these days’.
Bennett, whose head is slumped against the top of the urinal, appears to slur: ‘I’ve had more than three’.
He then asks for a tissue and twice retches into a neighbouring toilet as someone says ‘there’s a lot of sick in there you know’.
Asked if he is alright, Bennett wipes his mouth and says ‘No, put your phones away’.
In another clip, he is filmed downing a pint of lager as several players sit on couches in the pub.
The 23-year-old was arrested by police on Tuesday night along with team-mate Tom Lawrence
Derby’s Mason Bennett attended a Drinkaware course in the days leading up to the car crash that saw him and team-mate Tom Lawrence charged with drink driving
One of the group says off-camera: ‘That’s coming straight back up, straight on the floor’.
Bennett attended a Drinkaware course in the days leading up to the car collision that left captain Richard Keogh with season-ending injuries.
Bennett was not at the course as a participant but rather as part of Derby’s partnership with the education charity.
According to The Mirror, Bennett was ‘a club ambassador at Drinkaware’s Walking Football Cup in association with the Derby County Community Trust’ on September 17.
The event was designed to ‘provide alcohol education and advice to people taking part in walking football activities’. Bennett can be seen stood alongside the participants of the event for a photo.
Lawrence and Bennett will appear in court next month after they were arrested by police on Tuesday following the incident shortly before midnight, which saw Lawrence’s Range Rover hit a lamppost after colliding with Bennett’s Mercedes.
The crash, which has left Keogh with a knee injury as well as reported damage to his wrist, came after a ‘small group’ of Derby players stayed out following a team night of bowling, dinner and drinks.
Comment from Derby County on the Snapchat videos has been requested.
Richard Keogh is out for the rest of the season after he injured his knee in a car collision
Someone can be heard shouting to Bennett ‘get it all out Mas’ as the forward throws up