- Rob Green was snapped at the Isle of Wight Festival dressed as Danger Mouse
- Former England goalkeeper Green had put effort into his home made costume
- Another former England star, Peter Crouch, was also partying at the festival
Matthew Smith For Mailonline
Those of you who are regular visitors to the Sportsmail website will have seen our articles about footballers taking their holidays.
Usually these involve tanned young men showing of their six pacs and gorgeous girlfriends while sunning themselves in the most desirable hotspots across the world.
This is not the case for former England goalkeeper Rob Green however, who instead is to be found drinking from a can at a British festival while dressed as a cartoon character.
Rob Green was snapped at the Isle of Wight Festival dressed as TV character Danger Mouse
Former England goalkeeper Green had put effort into his costume, including the eye patch
Another former England star, Peter Crouch, was also at the festival – dressed conventionally
Green was spotted chatting to friends at the Isle of Wight Festival on Saturday, holding a tin in his hand.
More striking however is what Green was wearing – a homemade costume of the popular children’s TV character Danger Mouse.
Green had gone to great lengths to depict the rodent secret agent – popular initially in the 1980s before being revived by the BBC in 2015 – including eye patch and cardboard ears attacked to a woolly hat.
Green was in relaxed, off-season mode, having a drink and chatting to his friends
Leeds United goalkeeper Green was unabashed about dressing as a 1980s cartoon mouse
Green was not the only member of the 2010 England World Cup squad at the Isle of Wight however, with Stoke City striker Peter Crouch also enjoying himself.
Crouch was not dressed as a cartoon character but seemed in a similarly buoyant mood, showing off his dance moves with a drink in hand – although there was no sign of the robot.
The 6ft 7 target man was snapped with his wife, model Abbey Clancy, the pair smiling and embracing on the dance floor.
Crouch also posed for a picture with Sharleen Spiteri, lead singer of the band Texas, who were playing at the festival.
Crouch showed off his dance moves as he parties on the Isle of Wight, drink in his hand
The Stoke City striker was with his wife, model Abbey Clancy – the pair enjoyed themselves
Crouch also posed for a picture with Sharleen Spiteri, lead singer of the band Texas
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