A serial gunman behind a string of shootings in Malmo, Sweden, that left two dead and eight wounded over a seven year period from 2003-2010 has confessed in a newly published book that he came close to murdering soccer star Zlatan Ibrahimovic several years back. Obviously, the revelation is absolutely chilling, and derived from the mind of a complete psychopath.
Peter Mangs, who was sentenced to life in prison without parole on two counts of murder and four counts of attempted murder apparently took a gripe with the way Ibrahimovic parked his Ferarri…since that totally warrants murdering someone, right? Lunatic.
The Guardian provided several excerpts from Mangs’ book, which offers a recognizably disturbing look into the mind of a monster.
Mangs says that he saw the footballer’s red Ferrari on a pavement and became so angry at Ibrahimovic’s “typically Balkan behaviour” – a reference to the striker’s Bosnian heritage – that he returned home to get his gun.
“I thought there would be a proper hullabaloo in the media if the gent in question were to be shot,” Mangs has written in a new book about his life. However, when he returned to where Ibrahimovic’s car was parked, the footballer had left.
Luckily, the current PSG star had left just in the nick of time, it seems. We can only shudder to think what would have happened if Mangs’ sinister plan came to fruition.
Good thing it didn’t, though, because soccer fans around the world really love it when Zlatan does this kind of stuff.
And this kind of stuff.
And of course, this.
Really glad that you’re safe today, Zlatan. And that this insane man is spending the rest of his life behind bars, because clearly that’s where he needs to be.