07 Jul ‘Mario Balotelli gave me 2000 to push a scooter to the sea’ – Italy celebrity hits the information with newest crap
A local pub owner in Mergellina entered to an unusual position with Super Mario – and managed to regain his moped in working order!
Madcap former Manchester City ahead Mario Balotelli was up to his usual tricks while on his summer vacations, supposedly paying a guy to drive a scooter to the sea.
Balotelli has had complied with the likes of Inter, AC Milan, Liverpool and Nice, earlier signing with Marseille throughout the January 2019 transfer window on a contract before the end of the season.
However, despite his apparent footballing skill, he often hits the information due to his eccentric off-field stunts, for example famously putting his bedroom on fire after setting off fireworks inside.
And if he could be taking a rest in the game over the summer, his penchant for mischief apparently never rests.
A pub owner from the Naples seaside neighbourhood city of Mergellina disclosed that Balotelli promised him 2000 when he would pilot his moped to the water.
Along with the guy professionally qualified, stripping to his underwear – whilefor security reasons, maintaining his coaches on – and speeding off the quayside and to the Bay of Naples.
“My glider was just worth 600 anyhow,” he told reporters as he celebrated a fast profit off the football celebrity, who held his side of the deal and paid outside.
Balotelli also shared the movie on that his Instagram page, bringing laughs and criticisms equally for the stunt.
However, maybe most amazingly, he also shared footage from this moped being fished from the water – and in working condition!
While he frolics on the shore, the much-travelled striker is very likely to be making still another move ahead of the summertime transfer window comes to a close.
Parma are just one team which were connected with his services, together with the club verifying their curiosity after missing on Daniele De Rossi.
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“Balotelli is somebody we enjoy, so do lots of other teams,” Parma manager Daniele Faggiano said in a meeting Radio Kiss Kiss past week.
“We are taking a look at plenty of strikers, but it is not straightforward.”
Whether the Serie A side or really any other possible suitors will look favourably upon Super Mario’s famous pranks, obviously, is another story completely as he seems to correct up himself using a golf club for next year.