Mario Balotelli had an unfortunate night. The currently free agent was a victim of vandalism and said he will have his payback against the people who did it. On Instagram, the former striker of many top European clubs expressed how mad he was and threatened the culprits in some stories.
He wrote one of the stories talking directly to the agressors, and after closing the warning with an insult, Balotelli told them that they should pray a lot and very hard for him not finding them, because he will make sure they get their lives ruined by law, the only way he can take revenge.
Last night, Balotelli had the unpleasant surprise of finding his Fiat 500 with the windows smashed and many little pieces of glass everywhere on the passenger side. He took pictures and a video of the damaged part of the car and uploaded everything to show proof of what happened.
Fortunately for Balotelli, this is only one of the many cars he has in his collection, among a Ferrari F12, a camouflaged Bentley, a Maserati and an Audi A8. The Fiat 500 was the less expensive and less attention-drawing, so for a while he will use a car that might likely attract a couple of looks on the streets of Italy.