The Portuguese world star Cristiano Ronaldo's family have ended in a bit of a whirlwind.
the Juventus star and his ten-year son, Cristiano Ronaldo Jr., is come of interest to the police. It happens after the son during a vacation with his father and the rest of the family was filmed while he illegally sailed around on a personal watercraft.
It writes the british The Mirror.
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The five-time Ballon d'or winner's son was caught in the act and was filmed, after which the video proliferated on the social media Instagram.
Allegedly found the illegal episode place in Paul do Mar, on the Portuguese island of Madeira. Here, one must have a special permission by the adults to sail on the jetskis.
According to The Mirror the head of the port police corps in the city confirmed that the man is currently in progress to investigate the matter further. At the same time writing the media, that the infringement in the video can result in a fine for individuals of between 2200 and 22200 dollars.
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Cristiano Ronaldo along with his wife Georgina Rodriguez and his son Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. Photo: Arnd Wiegmann/Ritzau Scanpix
however, This will with all likelihood not a problem for Cristiano Ronaldo, if he must pull the purse back and fined for his son's action.
The 35-year-old world star rounded namely, recently an insane milestone as just the third athlete in history.
Cristiano Ronaldo has thus in the course of his career earned so much money, that he is the first player in history to have earned a billion us dollars (approx. 6.5 billion Danish kroner).
It wrote the media Forbes earlier in the year. The media, which each year compiles an overview of the sportsatleter who have earned the most money in the last year.
To return, however it is rarely a good idea to be of interest to the police. Nor, though the one called Cristiano Ronaldo.
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