Katie Price's beau Carl Woods jokes fan will 'call police' on dog walk

‘Would anyone like to call the police?’ Katie Price’s beau Carl Woods jokes they’ll be reported for a dog walk… after ‘escaping fine for travelling 150 miles for work shoot’

Katie Price’s beau Carl Woods has asked fans if ‘anyone would like to call the police’ on them for walking their dogs. 

Carl, 32, shared the short clip on Sunday which showed him strolling alongside the former glamour model’s son Jett, 7, who was on his bike, while Katie rode her horse with daughters Princess, 13, and Bunny, 6.

The sarcastic comment comes just days after both Katie, 42, and Carl narrowly avoided a police fine for insisting they travelled 150 miles to Shropshire for a ‘work shoot,’ having faked their entire Valentine’s Day weekend to keep the trip a secret.  

Joker: Katie Price’s beau Carl Woods has sarcastically asked fans if ‘anyone would like to call the police’ on them for walking their dogs on Sunday

Speaking to the camera, Carl said: ‘Just a quick one, I just wondered if anyone out there would like to call the police and tell ’em that we’re out on a dog walk?

‘Cos a lot of you seem to enjoy doing that. So let us know!’

Carl seemed to be in good spirits despite his pointed message, also showing his dog Sid running along the country road and Katie riding ahead on the path. 

He looked casual in the video, donning a grey hoodie while the rest of the family opted for warm jackets. 

Controversy: It comes after Katie and Carl escaped a police fine after they were caught faking their Valentine’s Day weekend while they travelled 150 miles to a log cabin in Shropshire 

It comes just days after the couple escaped a fine from police after travelling from Essex to Shropshire for a secret stay in a luxury log cabin for Valentine’s Day.  

The former glamour model had tried to fool fans into thinking Carl had built the cabin in their own garden and stuffed it with pink balloons, roses and cake.

But the pair had actually travelled nearly 200 miles to stay at the woodland resort.

When questioned by police, the pair explained they were there for a photoshoot. As this counts as work, they did not break lockdown travel rules.  

Country stroll: Carl seemed to be in good spirits despite his pointed message and also showed fans glimpses of Katie and her daughters riding their horses as well as Jett on his bike

The couple had attempted to cover up the trip by faking their weekend plans, as Katie claimed on Sunday that she and Carl were spending the romantic holiday at his home in a ‘love cabin’ he had prepared in his back garden.    

The lavish decorations, including a wall of roses and a three-tier cake, matched those in pictures Katie shared online. 

The mother-of-five, who moved in with her dealer boyfriend last year, told The Sun at the weekend: ‘I never expected all of this. There’s a cabin in the garden and the decorations are unbelievable. 

‘So much thought has gone into it and he didn’t get anything for free – he designed and paid for it all himself.’ 

Really? The couple had attempted to cover up their recent trip by faking weekend plans, as Katie claimed last Sunday that she and Carl were spending Valentine’s at his in a ‘love cabin’

A spokesman for Henlle Hall confirmed Katie was there for a clothing photo shoot ‘at no charge’, adding: ‘The police arrived at the hall… spoke with both Katie and Carl and left shortly after.’  

According to current coronavirus restrictions, all non-essential travel has been banned amid the UK’s third lockdown.

Government guidelines state that a person cannot leave their home or the place where they are living for holidays or overnight stays unless they have a reasonable excuse for doing so. 

This means that holidays in the UK and abroad are not allowed, and includes staying in a second home or caravan, if that is not their primary residence. 

The rules also apply to those staying with anyone who they don’t live with unless they’re in your support bubble.  

Katie’s representative declined to comment to MailOnline. 

Accommodation: The couple stayed in a lavish log cabin in Shropshire, and claimed their trip was for a ‘work shoot’, as lockdown means any overnight travel is banned

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