Kyle Walker’s wife Annie Kilner has shared a brutal message for her husband after police confirmed they were investigating the Premier League star for alleged indecent exposure.

Footage obtained by The Sun, and circulated online showed the Manchester City player allegedly kissing and flashing a woman who did not appear to be his wife.

The incident reportedly occurred at a Vodka Revolution bar on Sunday (March 5).

The English international looked intoxicated as he entered the bar, believed to be in Wilmslow, Cheshire, with 90 minutes of lewd behaviour caught on camera.

Credit: PA Images / AlamyThe Sun reports that Walker’s wife Annie had posted a cryptic message on Instagram before deleting it.

It read: “There comes a time when you have to stop crossing oceans for people who wouldn’t jump puddles for you.

“You’ll end up really disappointed if you think people will do for you as you do for them. Not everyone has the same heart as you.”

In another message posted to her thousands of followers on Instagram on Monday night (March 6), she wrote: “I think it’s important to remember that no matter how good you are to people, it won’t make them good to you.”

The pair share three children together.

A police spokesman confirmed to Daily Mail that they were investigating the incident.

The statement read: “On Wednesday, March 8, Cheshire police were made aware of a video circulating on social media in relation to an indecent exposure which allegedly occurred in the Wilmslow area.

“Enquiries in relation to the incident are in the early stages and no arrests have been made at this time.”

The footage that has been shared online appears to show Walker allegedly pulling down his pants and exposing himself to a group of drinkers.

One of the two women in the group shrieks and points.

The fullback then appears to do it again before walking over and shaking the women’s hands.

Footage also appears to show him grabbing a woman’s breasts as he dances provocatively with her.

Annie is nowhere to be seen.

Credit: Abaca Press / AlamyTeresa Parker, Head of Media Relations and Communications at Women’s AId condemned the actions of the footballer.

She said, via Daily Mail: “Whether done to shock, for a so-called laugh, or to intimidate, for those affected by indecent exposure there can be long-term effects, upset and trauma.

“It can give the person exposing themselves a sense of power in the situation.

“And if there are no repercussions, it possibly gives them the confidence to see what they can get away with next time.”

SPORTbible reached out to representatives of Kyle Walker and Manchester City for comment.