WAYNE Rooney called the police after photos emerged of him in a hotel room with three scantily clad women.
The former Man United ace, 35, partied into the early hours with Snapchat model Tayler Ryan and her pals Elise Melvin and Brooke Morgan, all 21.
He was seen passed out in a chair as the girls cavorted in their undies at their £60-a-night room in Manchester.
One flashed her bottom next to the retired England striker — then posted it online, captioning it “Mooney Rooney”.
Another photo which went viral yesterday saw him leaning in on one blonde reveller at a nightclub.
Rooney was angry they had taken snaps of him asleep without his permission and feared he had been the victim of a “set-up”.
Parents of the girls also last night said they were “mortified” at any trouble they had caused.
Friends revealed Rooney and his pals invited them to his VIP booth at the exclusive Chinawhite club in Manchester on Saturday night.
One said: “The girls were out celebrating a pal’s birthday.
“They love Chinawhite and are always there but couldn’t believe their luck when they were invited over — they were stunned.
“They spent a couple of hours with him and his pals there before they moved on.”
Rooney is then understood to have been accompanied by two friends as he went to the girls’ hotel room.
The friend went on: “They were flattered. They had a really good night and said Wayne and his friends were lovely.
“The girls all love to party but I think this was probably the wildest night of their lives.
“There was no sexual contact — it was just a great night.
“Wayne was very complimentary of them, of how they looked, but nothing happened.”
Tayler, who has 13,000 Instagram followers, posted a photo of her sitting with Rooney on the settee.
She used a filter to decorate some of her snaps, scrawling the word “cute” all across her face.
One picture shows the bleary-eyed Derby County manager, wearing a black hoodie and jeans, waving his arm in the air while holding a glass of wine.
However the married dad of four later passed out — so the girls decide to start playing pranks.
One is throwing a peace sign next to the sleeping celebrity while the other is laying on the bed in her lingerie in a photo they titled “Sleepy Wayne”.
Another shows one in a G-string jokingly baring her bum next to the star’s head, with the caption “Mooney Rooney”.
Footage also circulated on social media showing her strut over to him before bending over his face.
The friend said: “They were all having fun dancing around with Wayne and his mates and posting about it on Snapchat but they couldn’t stop laughing when he passed out. They decided to have some fun.”
Rooney, married to Coleen, then made a swift exit from the Staycity complex after he eventually woke up yesterday morning.
The pal continued: “Wayne left straight away. He was very rough. There was no hanging around — he just got up and went.
“He texted a mate to ask him to pick him up, went downstairs and waited for the friend to pick him up and then he left.
“Then the girls started putting it on social media and it’s just gone viral.
“He may have expected that so went first thing into a waiting car and probably back to Coleen.
“I suspect he’ll have a few questions to answer back at home.”
The three girls were spotted leaving Staycity at 12.30pm yesterday.
They confirmed they had spent the night with Rooney but refused to go into details.
But last night Rooney’s reps revealed they had phoned the police amid claims the embarrassing photos had been taken without his knowledge when he was asleep.
Last night Brooke’s mum Louise, 46, told the Sun that her daughter was “mortified”.
Tayler’s mother Angela, 43, added: “The poor girls were just going out for a 21st birthday.
“They’re 21 and he’s nearly 40. He’s invited them over. He sent over a security guard to invite them over to his VIP booth.
“It’s upset them all. They’re in tears. She’s a good girl and comes from a decent family.
“They thought they were being funny but I’ve told them it was absolutely stupid.
“I feel awful for them but I’m also angry because they’ve been stupid.”
Rooney was out partying hours after Derby lost 2-1 away to Salford in a pre- season friendly.
SAVING HIS MARRIAGE
He said following the defeat: “All I can do is try to bring some dignity and pride back to this club.
“It is clear that’s gone in the last few years and it is my job to bring that back.”
It also comes after sources claimed he was going to “quit alcohol” to save his marriage after a series of scandals while playing for DC United in the States.
Coleen, 35, had also allegedly previously asked him to get help with his drinking.
Sources told The Sun he wanted a “fresh start” and “knows losing his unhealthy relationship with the bottle would be the best thing”.
Rooney, dad to Kai, 11, Klay, eight, Kit, five, and Cass, three, has been in the dog house with Coleen for a series of drunken scandals.
In 2017, he was driving Laura Simpson home when he was nicked for drink-driving at 2am after a ten-hour booze session.
In 2019, the then-DC United player was arrested for being drunk in public when he set off a security door alarm at a US airport after a booze and sleeping pill mix left him “disoriented”.
It’s upset them all. They’re in tears. She’s a good girl and comes from a decent family.
It is also the latest booze-fuelled scandal to hit Derby County after star players Tom Lawrence and Mason Bennett, both 25, were convicted over a drink-drive smash in 2018.
Rooney has vowed not to quit as Derby manager, but demanded new signings before the season starts in two weeks.
Speaking on Saturday, he warned it would be “impossible” to field a team with only nine registered senior players — two of them goalkeepers.
He told Sky Sports News: “It’s other people which I can’t control who need to make bigger decisions that I do.”
He added: “I need other people to do their job.”
Rooney was just 16 when he burst on to the Premier League scene with his boyhood club Everton in 2002.
He was capped for England the following year and starred at Euro 2004.
That year he also signed for Manchester United, scoring a hat-trick on his debut.
Rooney went on to become the club’s record goalscorer — as well as England’s.
He was transferred back to Everton in 2017, before heading across the Atlantic to Washington, and then returning to England with Derby as a player-coach.
In January, he became the Championship club’s full-time manager.