Cristiano Ronaldo was forced to leave behind his £260,000 Lamborghini and call up an ambulance to get home, after pulling up in his super car as a result of experiencing pain in his wrist
The 31-year old was returning home with his girlfriend, Georgina Rodriguez, after spending the day at the ski resort of Navacerrada when a sudden wrist pain caused him to abandon the journey and park on a roundabout.
Ronaldo made sure that both the police and roadside assistance were notified, to ensure his vehicle returned home safely via a tow-truck, while he was taken home in an ambulance. Neither Real Madrid, Cristiano himself, nor the police and ambulance services have commented on the events that occurred on Monday.
The forward was seen wearing heavy strapping on his right wrist in his sides 2-1 victory over Malaga on the weekend at the Bernabeu, where he put in a rather disappointing performance for a man of his standards as he was jeered by his own fans.