Luis Suarez Statue Vandalised In Hometown, Culprit Leaves Note Saying ‘At Messi’s Wedding, Be Back Soon’ (Photo)

Chris Wright

3rd, July 2017

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Photo: @BarcaNewsForum/Twitter

Having previously joined the elite tier of footballers with ill-proportioned statues erected in their honour, Luis Suarez has now gained entry into the even elite-er club of players to have had theirs vandalised.

Just last year, this 5ft 9in papier-mâché colossus appeared on the streets of Suarez’s hometown of Salto in Uruguay…

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Photo: @ovacion/Instagram

Now, almost exactly one year on, the statue was found poleaxed in the early hours of Sunday morning after a drunken* (*probably) yobbo snapped the sculpture from it’s brass base plate.

The vandal also left a hand-written note that read: “I was at Messi’s wedding, I’ll be back soon”.

The cynics amongst you may suggest that leaving Suarez face down and screaming into the turf is a more accurate encapsulation of his professional career, but that would just be incredibly churlish.

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