Schalke player Amine Harit must pay a fine of around 100,000 euros for his night out in quarantine. The Moroccan footballer, born in France, was hunted in the ‘Buddy Bar’ in the city of Essen, the night of March 19-20 at 1:30 am.Some local residents informed police that the restaurant was still open despite limitations due to the coronavirus pandemic (establishments must close at 6pm). According Bild, the police found ten people, including Harit, when they entered the ‘Buddy Bar’. Schalke sports director Jochen Schneider confirmed the incident to Bild: “It is true, Amine was there with a friend because he said he was overwhelmed at home. It was a mistake, which has now been verified and will pay its consequences. I reminded him of the seriousness of the current situation. In this serious crisis situation, things that were normal yesterday can no longer be tolerated today. Amine is very sorry and it won’t happen again. “Schneider had also announced that Harit will donate part of the fine to the Schalke foundation: around 30,000 euros. The player also donated money to a Moroccan association that deals with the consequences of the coronavirus in the North African country.