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Balotelli pays a bar owner 2000 pounds to drive a Vespa into the sea

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Former Manchester City and Inter Milan striker Mario Balotelli is reported to have paid a man 2000 pounds to drive his Moped into the sea.

The incident which was shared by Mario Balotelli himself shows the man in the seas with the caption good morning.

It Is during the daring moment when Mario was also seen handing over the cash as he lighted up a cigarrate.

Upon question from the media, the man was quoted saying that the Moped costed him 600 pounds only.

Balotelli has not been shy from making headlines as he once set off fireworks in his bathroom before buying Vespa and trampoline.

Agent Mino Raiola revealed how he once crashed his car. Mino Raiola says Balotelli borrowed his Bentley but he told to first score goals against Marseille and they will talk.

One day his wife received a call and it was from the former Manchester City man telling him to hand over the key as he has done.

He gave his Bentley only to be crashed by the Italian forward. An incident he says he forgave him as he is a good lad.

Having spent second half of the season at Marseille, Mario Balotelli has been able to score eight goals in 12 appearances.

Also read: Manchester City risk a season-long champions League ban

Currently he is a free agent and he been heavily linked with a return to Serie A.

Slavian Mwangecho
Passionate blogger on a day to day activities happening in Kenya, Africa and around the world. A keen follower of the latest news making headlines around the world


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