The police are now questioning the incident.
Football superstar Cristiano Ronaldo was questioned and warned by the police after his mobile phone freak in April. The Portuguese from England’s record champions Manchester United appeared voluntarily for questioning because of “bodily harm and property damage”, said the Merseyside police.
Ronaldo slapped the phone out of an Everton supporter’s hand as he left the field after a 1-0 defeat on April 9. A video circulated on Twitter showing Ronaldo running angrily to the dressing room and waving his hand. Then a cell phone broke on the ground.
Investigations against Ronaldo are connected
Ronaldo also apologized shortly afterwards via Instagram, writing that it was not easy to deal with emotions. “Nevertheless, we have to be respectful and patient at all times. We are a role model for all the young players who love this wonderful game.”
The investigation was “completed” with the warning, the police wrote in a statement. Ronaldo also invited the affected fan to watch a game at Old Trafford in April for reasons of “fairness and sportsmanship”.