Boris Becker is seen visiting the C restaurant in London despite lockdown restrictions


Boris Becker was seen stepping out to visit the C restaurant in London, where he stayed for two hours despite lockdown restrictions.

The Tennis ace, 52, looked relaxed as he visited the trendy eatery in Mayfair on Wednesday before departing after a prolonged visit inside.

Due to England’s second lockdown, restaurants are only allowed to be open for takeaway and visitors should not be allowed to dine in, and Boris was also seen entering the restaurant without a mask on.  

Not playing by the rules? Boris Becker was seen visiting the C restaurant in London without a mask and stayed inside for two hours on Wednesday despite lockdown restrictions

Putting on a dapper display for the outing, Boris wore a grey suit jacket over a dark blue open-collared shirt. 

Boris kept his look smart casual by wearing a pair of loose-fitting jeans that he teamed with white trainers.

He sported a goatee and covered his blond locks with a black New York Yankees baseball cap.

MailOnline has contacted Boris’ representatives for comment. 

Lunch: The Tennis ace looked relaxed as he visited the trendy eatery in Mayfair on Wednesday before departing after a prolonged visit inside

Lunch: The Tennis ace looked relaxed as he visited the trendy eatery in Mayfair on Wednesday before departing after a prolonged visit inside

Rules: Due to England's second lockdown, restaurants are only allowed to be open for takeaway and visitors should not be allowed to dine in

Stepping inside: Boris was also seen entering the restaurant without a mask on

Rules: Due to England’s second lockdown, restaurants are only allowed to be open for takeaway and visitors should not be allowed to dine in

Smart casual: Putting on a dapper display for the outing, Boris wore a grey suit jacket over a dark blue open-collared shirt

Smart casual: Putting on a dapper display for the outing, Boris wore a grey suit jacket over a dark blue open-collared shirt

Low-key look: Boris sported a goatee and covered his blond locks with a black New York Yankees baseball cap

Stroll: Boris was seen making his way to his car after visiting the restaurant

Low-key look: Boris sported a goatee and covered his blond locks with a black New York Yankees baseball cap

Going inside: Boris walked into the restaurant without a mandatory face mask

Going inside: Boris walked into the restaurant without a mandatory face mask

Boris’ outing comes after it was reported he had ‘handed back the keys’ to a £9million luxury villa and estate in Majorca as part of his bankruptcy proceedings.

British private bank Arbuthnot Latham, accepted ownership of the property as settlement of debts, according to the German-language ‘Mallorca Magazin’.

News of the sale came just days after it was revealed that Becker was selling a £1.8m seven-bedroom house overlooking the Rhine Valley in Germany – with his mother still inside as a lifelong tenant.

Becker, who is dating political risk analyst Lilian Monteiro, went bankrupt in 2017 with debts of £11m, despite earning around £120m in prizes and sponsorship in a career which netted him 49 singles titles, six of them Grand Slams.

Relaxed look: Boris kept his look smart casual by wearing a pair of loose-fitting jeans that he teamed with white trainers

Relaxed look: Boris kept his look smart casual by wearing a pair of loose-fitting jeans that he teamed with white trainers

Solo outing: Boris appeared to be eating at the restaurant on his own

Going in: Boris was allowed to enter the restaurant despite not wearing a mask

Solo outing: Boris appeared to be eating at the restaurant on his own

Ready to go: After spending two hours inside, Boris was seen getting into his car

Ready to go: After spending two hours inside, Boris was seen getting into his car 

Keeping a low profile: Boris kept his head down as he strolled out of the restaurant

Keeping a low profile: Boris kept his head down as he strolled out of the restaurant

According to Majorca Magazin, the British bank are registered in official records as having taken over the property a year ago.

The once-stunning 12-room Majorcan mansion and estate, Son Coll, once valued at around £9m, but now believed to be worth about half that, went on the market last year.

Despite boasting stables, a huge outdoor swimming pool, four guest houses, a helipad and, naturally, a tennis court, which had the Wimbledon net from Becker’s first 1985 finals win, no buyer was found.

In recent years the abandoned property on the holiday island’s western side has endured a chequered history, including being taken over by a band of German squatters in 2018.

Hard times: Becker went bankrupt in 2017 with debts of £11m, despite earning around £120m in prizes and sponsorship

Hard times: Becker went bankrupt in 2017 with debts of £11m, despite earning around £120m in prizes and sponsorship

Case: Becker, who is believed to be living in a £5m penthouse flat, is currently facing 28 charges relating to alleged failure to disclose information over his bankruptcy

Case: Becker, who is believed to be living in a £5m penthouse flat, is currently facing 28 charges relating to alleged failure to disclose information over his bankruptcy

Harsh: The star allegedly hid three properties, £1.2million in cash and 75,000 shares after his bankruptcy, which could land him a seven-year jail sentence for concealment

Harsh: The star allegedly hid three properties, £1.2million in cash and 75,000 shares after his bankruptcy, which could land him a seven-year jail sentence for concealment

Then another group of invaders made a porno film there, featuring German blue movie veteran ‘Dolly Buster’, 51.

According to experts’ estimates, Becker’s ‘finca’ is now worth less than £4.5million, as necessary renovations would cost at least £2.7million.

Becker bought the 2,900 square metre Villa Son Coll in the 1990s. In 2004, the tennis star was fined €214,000 for carrying out illegal work at the villa.

Becker, who is believed to be living in a £5m penthouse flat by the River Thames, is currently facing 28 charges relating to alleged failure to disclose information over his bankruptcy, accusing him of hiding some of the spoils of his playing career to avoid them being sold to settle debts.

The star allegedly hid three properties, £1.2million in cash and 75,000 shares after his bankruptcy, which could land him a seven-year jail sentence for concealment, if found guilty. He denies the claims, and is scheduled to go to trial on September 13 next year.

A spokesperson for Becker was contacted, and Arbuthnot Latham declined to comment.

Court case: Boris' outing comes after it was reported he had 'handed back the keys' to a £9million luxury villa and estate in Majorca as part of his bankruptcy proceedings

Court case: Boris’ outing comes after it was reported he had ‘handed back the keys’ to a £9million luxury villa and estate in Majorca as part of his bankruptcy proceedings 

Property: Despite boasting stables, a huge outdoor swimming pool, four guest houses, a helipad and, naturally, a tennis court, no buyer was found

Property: Despite boasting stables, a huge outdoor swimming pool, four guest houses, a helipad and, naturally, a tennis court, no buyer was found

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