England referee Anthony Taylor and his wife walk together after being harassed and abused by a crowd of Italian fans.
Taylor, 44, was attacked by Roma fans who were angry at his decisions after they were beaten by Sevilla in the Europa League final on Wednesday night.
The England official and his family had to be taken to safety in a back room at Budapest airport in the Hungarian capital after being cornered by 100 angry supporters.
Security personnel struggled to maintain a barrier between the referee, his family and Roma fans who swore and threw objects, including a chair, into chaotic scenes.
But the former prison guard looked much calmer as he strolled in the sunshine near his home in Altrincham, Gtr Manchester, with his Anne-Marie, 42.
Anthony Taylor and his wife were spotted out for a walk with their dog after returning from Budapest
It came a day after the official was targeted by Roma fans after the Europa League final
Taylor (left) was pushed by a crowd as he walked through Budapest airport with his family
The couple took their cockapoo Monty for a 30-minute stroll through the local shops before heading home.
Taylor, dressed in blue shorts and a white shirt, looked tense as he talked on his mobile phone as he left his modern detached house.
But he did raise a smile with his wife, who wore a green dress, as they enjoyed the afternoon sun.
Roma manager Mourinho confronted Taylor in a car park after the final whistle and called the official a ‘fucking disgrace’ for his ‘bull****’ decisions.
The Italians lost on penalties after the game ended 1-1 after extra time.
The former Chelsea boss was furious with several decisions during the fiery encounter at Puskas Arena, including not giving his side a handball penalty.
Mourinho also slammed Taylor in his post-match press conference, saying he “looked Spanish”.
UEFA today charged Mourinho with insulting and/or abusing a match official, one of six charges AS Roma face after Wednesday night’s game .
The referee showed Roma a total of eight yellow cards, including two for men who weren’t even on the pitch.
The Spaniards only scored their decisive penalty after Taylor ordered a rebound after the Roma keeper had initially saved it.
Taylor took charge of the Europa League final in the Hungarian capital between Rome and Sevilla
Roma boss Jose Mourinho has been condemned by Ref Support CEO for confronting Taylor
Rio Ferdinand and the PGMOL officiating body were among those condemning the ugly scenes, which saw airport staff lock Taylor and her family up before leading them to their gate.
A Premier League spokesman said: “We are shocked and appalled at the unacceptable abuse directed at Anthony Taylor and his family on their return from the UEFA Europa League final. No one should have to suffer the inexcusable behavior he had to endure yesterday.
“Anthony is one of our most experienced and accomplished match officials and we fully support him and his family.”
Disturbing footage posted on social media shows groups chanting angrily at him, forcing officers to hastily usher him into a private room.
In one video, the person holding the camera appeared to grab Taylor’s backpack.
As he was driven to safety, groups of fans argued with each other, with police calling for calm after a chair was thrown inside the terminal.
Another angle recorded Taylor walking through the crowd, surrounded by family members.
A supporter in a white t-shirt came forward to shout in his face with his phone in the air, before a member of Taylor’s party pushed him away.
A liquid was then sprayed in their direction, coating a man. Eventually, the group was rushed through the door, with an officer catching the flying chair in the air.
Upon returning to England, Taylor was seen enjoying life with his wife and dog in Altrincham
The couple were spotted enjoying the afternoon sun as they took Monty for a half hour walk
The Professional Game Match Officials Limited (PGMOL), the body responsible for refereeing in the UK, called the incident “unjustified and heinous”.
A statement said: “PGMOL is aware of videos circulating on social media showing Anthony Taylor and his family being harassed and abused at Budapest airport.
“We are appalled at the unwarranted and heinous abuse directed at Anthony and his family as he attempts to return home after refereeing the UEFA Europa League Final.
“We will continue to give our full support to Anthony and his family.”