Gascoigne was arrested after an incident at a takeaway restaurant
Former England footballer Paul Gascoigne has been quizzed by police after he was arrested on suspicion of being drunk in charge of a vehicle.
He was taken into custody on Sunday night after police were called to a disturbance at a takeaway in Leeming Bar, North Yorkshire.
The 42-year-old and another man were taken into custody for questioning.
Following a night in custody at Northallerton police station they were released on bail on Monday afternoon.
In December, Gascoigne was given a fixed penalty notice for being drunk and disorderly in Newcastle.
A North Yorkshire Police spokesman said: "At 9.10pm on Sunday, officers from North Yorkshire Police were called to a disturbance at a takeaway at Leeming Bar.
"Following inquiries, two men, aged 42 and 40, from the Newcastle area, were arrested on suspicion of being drunk while in charge of a motor vehicle.
The former Newcastle and Tottenham midfielder has faced a long battle with alcohol and drugs, and was detained three times under the Mental Health Act in 2008.
He told BBC Radio 5 live's Victoria Derbyshire last year he had been clean of drink and drugs for four months, and had attended Alcoholics Anonymous meetings.