This has got everyone in the Football Transfer Tavern laughing…
Whilst the international break often brings with it a lack of chat in the Tavern, that has definitely not been the case today.
As reports surrounding a bizarre incident involving Everton ace Enner Valencia began to filter in, the punters in the Tavern simply could not hold back their laughter.
Valencia allegedly owes child support money, and in an effort to avoid the police during an international fixture – he decided to fake an injury in order to escape the arena.
Now, of course, Valencia is in the wrong for not paying – as he should – but the lengths that he’s going to avoid paying up are just too much.
More details are filtering in about the deal as time progresses, but that isn’t going to change the perspective of anyone in the Tavern.
With that said, Twitter is often the place to look for the best reactions to stories like this – and as expected; it has not disappointed!
Enner Valencia faked an injury last night so he can escape the police from arresting him after the game LOOOL! pic.twitter.com/moLuHdLnwy
— Footy Away Days (@FootyAwayDays_) October 7, 2016
Who wants to see Enner Valencia being chased by Ecuadorian police while on an injury bug?
Yes you read that right.. pic.twitter.com/8rHtXuLKuq
— Football Fours (@Football_Fours) October 7, 2016
— ross (@ross4everever) October 7, 2016
— Scotty McScottface (@TotallySLyon) October 7, 2016
This is hilarious stuff from Enner Valencia. Faking an injury so he doesn't get arrested by the police
Lmao Enner Valencia, yall seen that video he faked the injury to escape cops during the match against Chile? Hilarious
— Fabrelous (@TooFabrelous) October 7, 2016
Wait Valencia faked an injury to escape the police, just brilliant
Admittedly, the circumstances of the incident are a little bit shady; but the way he handled it is just too much!
Our landlord isn’t sure £13,000 is worth the embarrassment that this has caused him…
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