Local media reported that Mick Jagger, a member of the rock band The Rolling Stones, broke the rules of self-isolation set by the British government and went out to watch soccer games. According to the British Daily Mail, Jaguar was visiting London on the 7th to watch football, the semifinals of the European Championships and the match between England and Denmark. Jaguar just arrived in the UK from his residence in France on the 6th, and government regulations require 10 days of self-quarantine. According to the Daily Mail, Jaguar originally planned to visit London to make an album, and England’s advance to the semi-finals “he couldn’t ignore this opportunity.” After that, he said, “Before and after watching the game, I was inspected for the new corona and acted cautiously.” Breaking the rules could result in a fine of up to £ 10,000 = about ¥ 1.5 million for Jaguar. Jaguar is an avid soccer fan and regularly watches Premier League Arsenal games.