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Why Ronaldo May Be Arrested,Deported From Saudi Arabia



Why Ronaldo May Be Arrested,Deported From Saudi Arabia

There is a possibility that Cristiano Ronaldo, the star player of Al-Nassr, may be arrested and deported from Saudi Arabia.

This comes after he appeared to make an offensive gesture towards Al-Hilal fans during a highly charged match in the Saudi Pro League. Al-Nassr lost 2-0 to their rivals Al-Hilal, falling three points behind the league leaders Al-Ittihad in the title race.

Throughout the match, Al-Hilal supporters taunted Ronaldo with chants of Lionel Messi, which appeared to have angered him. As he was leaving the King Fahd International Stadium, with the Messi chants still ringing in his ears, Ronaldo allegedly grabbed his genitals in response.

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It is unclear what motivated his actions, but a prominent lawyer and advisor to the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law, Nouf bin Ahmed, has announced that she has started the process for Ronaldo’s arrest and expulsion by submitting a petition to the Public Ministry of Saudi Arabia.

“I don’t follow sports. Even if the crowd provoked Ronaldo, he didn’t know how to react. Cristiano’s behaviour is a crime.

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“An indecent public act, which is one of the crimes that allows for arrest and deportation if committed by a foreigner. We will present a petition to the Public Ministry regarding the issue,” she said, according to FichaArabian.

Hammed Tajudeen is a graduate of Osun State Polytechnic, Iree with Higher National Diploma (HND) in Mass Communication


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