Tottenham Hotspur and England full-back Kyle Walker will not face disciplinary action after photos of him inhaling the legal high drug nitrous oxide were taken in Sheffield. 

The photos were released earlier this week and caused Walker to immediately apologise for his actions. 

His regret for his actions has apparently led the FA to their decision of not charging him under the player's code of conduct.

A statement released by the FA read: "Kyle Walker has expressed his regret for an error of judgment when inhaling nitrous oxide earlier this year. Kyle has accepted his mistake. He will not face any action under the player code of conduct."

Nitrous oxide has been known for causing feelings of euphoria and even hallucination. Walker took to his Twitter page to say: "Now I know the health risks. It was poor judgement on my part. I won't be doing this again and hope no one else is influenced into putting their health at risk by my actions."

The side effects of this increasingly popular drug can range from hallucinations to unconsciousness, but can also go as far as death if an exaggerated amount of the drug is inhaled. 

Despite the drug being legal, the supply of the gas required for it remains illegal.

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