Cristiano Ronaldo branded 'tramp' for engaging in family stroll during coronavirus lockdown

Cristiano Ronaldo branded 'tramp' for engaging in family stroll during coronavirus lockdown

- Cristiano Ronaldo is currently in his country home in Madeira Portugal

- All Serie A players have been told to go and self-isolate

- Ronaldo caused uproar after he was seen strolling on the streets with his girlfriend and children

The Portuguese star was seen having a stroll with his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez and children in their home Island in Madeira, Portugal, despite the coronavirus crisis, SunSport reports.

Top politician GP Rafael Macedo who is based in the city was furious about the act and launched an attack on social media after he saw the player in a post moving around with his family.

The very furious Macedo slammed the Juventus striker for the act saying he would contact the police.

He later apologised saying he expected the player to know the danger of the act and that he respects the player a lot.

“I would never use offensive words like this. I apologise to everyone, but above all CR7 and his family, who I admire a lot, for what’s happened," Macedo wrote.

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Macedo was forced to apologise after Elma Aviero, Ronaldo’s sister referred to him as abnormal before the post was later deleted on Instagram.

“I’m proud of my roots, I haven’t got a degree but I’ve got much more education than lowlife like this. Nobody, including my brother, deserves these things.”

Portugal is currently on temporary lockdown and as a result, people can't go out so long they are careful with interacting with others.

Ronaldo got the whole town of Madeira talking with his street movements over the weekend amid the coronavirus pandemic.

A total of 140 people have died from the infection in the country with more than 6400 infected.

READ ALSO: upgrades to earlier reported that Ronaldo's team mate at Juventus Daniele Rugani has tested positive for coronavirus.

Amid an outbreak of the disease in Italy, Juventus issued a statement assuring the club were taking all the necessary isolation procedures as required by law.

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This includes isolating every individual who has been in contact with Rugani over the past few days.

Rugani has only made seven appearances for Juventus this season as manager Maurizio Sarri seems to prefer new signing Matthijs de Ligt to him.

He was however an unused substitute in Juventus game against Inter Millan which was played behind closed doors.

The Serie A was consequently suspended indefinitely and all players have been told to go home for self-isolation.

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