Cristiano Ronaldo’s Statue Was Vandalized, And His Sister’s Hopeful Revenge On The Perpetrators Is So Harsh


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Back in 2014, soccer stud Cristiano Ronaldo’s hometown of Madeira, Portugal honored him by building a statue in the city—which was complete with a MASSIVE dick bulge—for all the people to see.

Well, after CR7 missed out on soccer’s most prestigious individual award—the Ballon d’Or, which went to perceived rival, Lionel Messi—some scoundrels had their way with the bronze statue, which left Cristiano’s sister scathing hot with redemption on her mind.

The perpetrators taunted her brother by leaving his statue with Messi’s name and number 10 on the back of it, which, according to Ronaldo’s sis, Katia Aveiro, deserves serious punishment. As in, exiling the vandalizers to fucking Syria!

According to a Deadspin article, here’s a breakdown of some of what Katia ranted about on Twitter about the embarrassing act:

‘I find the act in itself a disgrace but what I find more shameful is the envy that surrounds him and the anger that some unloved and frustrated pig-headed people display in public in a disgraceful way which leaves me embarrassed and sad as a Portuguese person.

‘The people that are responsible for this and other negative things directed towards this person should know that our island was recently voted the world’s leading island destination not just for the beautiful sea that surrounds us, nor for the marvellous gastronomy we also have nor the warm Madeiran welcome.

‘It was in part thanks to this great Madeiran figure that honours his origins and from time to time emphasises it in public.

‘Most of us should thank and salute to this man, it’s thanks to him that a lot of Madeirenses still have their jobs.

My beautiful island, regrettably, is still inhabited by some frustrated savages who deserve to live in Syria, between people that show no respect and hold no value for life in society.

‘I apologise for the ones who live the sadness of war, but I believe some people don’t belong on the land they live in.’

For those unaware for some reason, Syria has been embroiled in a Civil War for the past five years, so Ronaldo’s sister suggesting a small crime like vandalizing her brother’s statue is worthy of probable death seems just a little harsh to me.

Shit goes down in the Ronaldo household, it seems, so the people who defaced the statue better hope they don’t get caught or something bad might just happen to them—and it won’t just be a little fine or a night behind bars if Katia Aveiro has her way.

[H/T Deadspin]

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