TRUE LIFE: How Footballer Was Ban For Slapping Female Linesman With His Pen*s
Sept. 18, 2020
Slaps are properly done with the hands but in the case of this player, he chooses to use his manhood.
A Spanish footballer has been banned for a year after trying to slap an assistant referee with his pen-s.
The unsavoury incident occurred in the latter stages of the Andalusian Senior Second Division clash between CD Abes and Gabia CF in Granada on Sunday, November 15.
The irate player was watching a derby as a spectator because he was already under suspension for receiving two yellow cards the day before and could not play for his home team.
But watching from the stands, he became so incensed at what he regarded as a wrong decision in the 80th minute that he is alleged to have stormed the pitch, pulled his tracksuit bottoms down and tried to hit the linesman with his private parts.
According to Marca, Referee Jesus Lorenzo Rodriguez's report read that the player "invaded the pitch and approached assistant number one and tried to hit her with his penis, which he had pulled out beforehand."
Following the match, the angry 'spectator' was identified as a player from rival team Celtic de Pulianas.
The ref's report added: "He was wearing the team’s tracksuit and I recognised him from when I’d refereed in the past."
Following a meeting of a disciplinary committee, the unnamed player has slapped himself - with a one year ban and €468 fine for "performing a public act of common knowledge which was completely undignified and disrespectful to the assistant referee and the crowd present at the game."
Everything considered the committee felt that a 'medium-level' punishment was right for the player.
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