FOOTIE legend Wayne Rooney has been banned from going out alone after wife Coleen grew “sick and tired” of his wild antics.
She decided to have Wayne, 36, “chaperoned at all times” to save their 13-year marriage, friends have revealed.
The mum of four told pals she does not trust his friends and wants a “responsible adult” — either her brother Joe or someone else she trusts — to keep an on him.
Their marriage has had problems — mostly linked to the ex-England star’s drinking and womanising.
A source said: “Booze has been a central theme every time they’ve hit the rocks.
“He knows bad things happen when he gets drunk, that he loses control and makes awful decisions.
“Coleen doesn’t trust him or the people he is out with, especially when it involves alcohol.
“She very much sees him as a child who needs to be kept on the straight and narrow.”
The source said the chaperone would save Wayne from making “mistakes” and exposing Coleen, 35, to “ridicule and pity”.
Wayne, now boss of Derby County, had to apologise to the club and Coleen last July after he was snapped asleep in a budget hotel room with a group of scantily-clad girls.
Coleen’s demand comes as a £1million TV biopic called Rooney — which features his highs and lows on and off the pitch — is due to be aired by Amazon this week.
The couple invited cameras into their home for the first time.
The fallout from Wayne’s 2010 threesome with two escorts is examined, along with his 2004 visit to a Liverpool brothel.