Fire Destroys Private Gym Inside Leicester City Star Jamie Vardy’s Mansion

Fire Destroys Private Gym Inside Leicester City Star Jamie Vardy’s Mansion

  • Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy had the private gym in his mansion destroyed by fire
  • It destroyed properties worth thousands of pounds though no human casualty were recorded
  • Vardy's wife Rebecca took to Instagram to thank the firefighters who responded on time to avert further damage

Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy's farmhouse has been gutted by fire which destroyed property worth thousands of pounds on the property which is located in a village 30 minutes to Leicester.

The whole building was not affected but the private gym was destroyed in the incident which was quickly curbed by the Lincolnshire fire fighters.

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Fire destroys private gym in Jamie Vardy's mansion. Photos by MI News/
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The property is worth £2.5m while the damage caused is estimated to be worth £100,000. The damage was confirmed by a source to Mirror UK to be caused by an electrical fault.

What happened at Vardy's house

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According to a statement released by local firefighters published by Lincolnshire Live, the fire caused 90% damage to the gym predominantly made from wooden equipment.

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''Firefighters were called to reports of an outbuilding on fire at premises in Water Lane, Stainby at 3.20pm on January 19. The fire resulted in severe damage to 90 percent of a wooden outbuilding being used as a gym and the equipment,'' the statement reads.

Vardy's wife, Rebecca took to Instagram and uploaded a picture of her children in the firefighter vehicle after the fire was quenched and appreciated all responders, also confirming no irreplaceable damages were incurred.

According to Yorkshire Post, the 36 year old earns £140,000 per week and is the highest earners at the 2016 Premier League champions, so the damage should not move him much to repair.

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Vardy trolls Wolves fans

Sports Brief earlier reported that Jamie Vardy trolled Wolves fans after scoring his first goal of the 2022/23 season in the 4-0 demolition of Wolverhampton Wanderers.

The English striker was spotted drinking a can of Red Bull energy drink shortly before he was brought onto the fray and like it worked, he scored 10 minutes after coming on.

He made a howling gesture at the opponents fans as he raced to the corner flag to celebrate in his trademark style. He has since struggled for minutes and goals and also disturbed by injuries.

Source: Sports Brief News