Holiday gone bad: Cristiano Ronaldo in trouble- See what happened
By Interpreter | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 10 views
The world richest footballer Cristiano Ronaldo may have shit himself on the foot as police has now commenced investigation on his 10 year old first son who was caught on camera riding a jet ski alone on the sea.
Cristiano Ronaldo who travelled to Portugal to spend holidays with his family and relatives was accompanied by his aunt Elma to the beach.
Just then, his 10 year old son got a license perhaps through the influence if his celebrity father and was riding a jet ski on the sea while being filmed by his aunt amidst cheers.
Forgetting that it was against the Portuguese prohibits 10 year olds from jet skiing alone, Cristiano's aunt was said to have uploaded the video on social media.
This immediately sparked criticism and backlashes from Ronaldo's fans prompting her to delete the post but alas it had already been seen and saved by many fans.
A fan who commented in her post said “I was left with my heart in my hand when I saw the video. “Very bad. What a lack of responsibility".
This prompted the Portuguese police to commence a full scale investigation into his 10 year old son and if found guilty may be facing serious sanctions which may come in form of a fine.
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