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Balotelli: the outrageous photos with firearms and the relationship with the mafia

Balotelli visited the Scampia neighborhood on the outskirts of Naples, where he was photographed with two mafia bosses

Balotelli: the outrageous photos with firearms and the relationship with the mafia. Balotelli received uncountable millionaire fines for driving at more than 150 kilometers per hour .
Balotelli: the outrageous photos with firearms and the relationship with the mafia. Balotelli received uncountable millionaire fines for driving at more than 150 kilometers per hour .

Mario Balotelli has been one of the most troublesome players in the history of soccer, both on and off the pitch. We cannot forget when he played for Inter de Milan, he sang the AC Milan anthem, as the Italian forward had always been an AC Milan fan and did not hide it despite playing for the eternal rival. This is what happened the day after his time at Inter in which even in a discussion with Mourinho, Balotelli sang the AC Milan anthem in his face.

That was not all, in a humorous program on the Italian television, he put on the AC Milan shirt, which earned him the Portuguese coach to leave him out of the squad in the next game. Another of the most controversial and remembered stages of Balotelli was that of his time at Manchester City, as the striker happened to throw darts at the youths while they were exercising, which cost him a fine from the club of more than 110,000 euros.

In addition, the Italian say that he was a danger behind the wheel in his famous camouflaged Bentley, as the cranes of the city of Manchester became his travel companions, as it is said that they took his car about 30 times for violating the parking regulations, in addition, he had an accident in the city center from which he escaped unharmed, he received uncountable millionaire fines for driving at more than 150 kilometers per hour through the center of Milan.

Balotelli also loved money. One day a policeman asked him why he had more than 25,000 pounds in cash in the car to which the Italian player replied, "Because I'm rich". On October 22, 2011, what started as a joke, a game to animate a meeting with friends ended in catastrophe. Balotelli set fire to part of his home after setting off fireworks at a party he was holding at his home. Another great conflict in Balotelli's career was generated on June 5, 2011, when his visit to the Scampia neighborhood on the outskirts of Naples was made public in June 2010, where he was photographed with two mafia bosses.

Playing for Inter de Milan, Balotelli was driving an Audi in Milan, when along with the three friends that were accompanying him, he began firing shots into the air with a toy gun, prompting the police to stop them.

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