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Mario Balotelli has learned a valuable lesson regarding signing autographs for his fans, we think. According to LiberaTV, Balotelli wasn’t in the mood to sign autographs for a few fans when he was out in Italy on Thursday night. When he finally returned to his bright red Ferrari he found it covered in toilet paper. The prank did no harm to the fancy car, but maybe Mario will add this to his decision tree of deciding whether or not to sign autographs.
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AC Milan striker Mario Balotelli wasn't in the mood to sign autographs or pose for pictures in Lugano Switzerland on Thursday night, which is totally understandable, because he gets hounded nearly everywhere he goes. However, his refusal to do so cost him this time.Once Balotelli declined the requests of a group of nearby fans, he went on his merry way, but left his cherry red...
A group of young soccer fans taught Mario Balotelli a valuable lesson. The Italian soccer star drove his shiny red Ferrari to the city of Lugano, Switzerland on Thursday night. There, he was met by a group of young fans who asked for his autograph or to take pictures with him. Balotelli refused, and the kids got even, according to Football Italia. Balotelli parked the car in a lot...
Balotelli’s expensive Farrari nicely wrapped in toilet paper
Young football fans in the Swiss town of Lugano punished controversial AC Milan striker Mario Balotelli by wrapping his expensive Ferrari in toilet paper for refusing to sign autographs for them.
The striker of Ghanaian descent met the bitter surprise on Saturday night as he travelled to Lugano, a few kilometres from...
According to LiberaTV AC Milan star Mario Balotelli denied a group of youngsters autographs and paid dearly for it - his Ferrari was wrapped with toilet paper in a classic act of revenge.
Now it’s practically impossible for athletes to grant every single autograph request but this might be a lesson for Super Mario and other star athletes.