Manchester United mercenary Robin Van Persie parks in disabled bay for two days
FOOTBALLERS are dreadful aren’t they? They get paid all that money and for what? To roll around on the floor pretending to be in agony while overweight people tell them that they’re rubbish at their job. It really is astonishing. Then they go and kiss their badges before buggering off to the next better offer. Dreadful.
And now, to cap it all off, they probably hate people with disabilities.
How? Well, Robin van Persie has reportedly been spotted leaving his car in a disabled spot for TWO WHOLE DAYS. That’s right. For 48 hours, RVP showed his contempt for disabled people by leaving his Audi A5 in a disabled spot at Manchester Airport (on November 6), before waltzing off to Portugal for a Champions League match with Manchester United.
A witness criticised the footballer for his parking “laziness”, saying: “He didn’t seem to care that he left his car in a disabled bay for 48 hours. It wasn’t even parked in the space properly. The disabled bay has massive yellow lines so he must have known where he was parking. It’s probably just laziness.”
Naturally, thanks to a two-tier rulebook for Manchester United players, he won’t be charged with anything with an airport spokesman stating: “It looks like a mistake on his part.”