- Sergio Diaz risks going to jail after breaking coronavirus lockdown rules in Paraguay
- The Real Madrid star who is on loan to Cerro Porteno in Paraguay was caught in a gathering of people
- Crowd activities were reported by neighbours who had frequently reported parties
Real Madrid star Sergio Diaz who is currently on loan to Cerro Porteno in Paraguay is currently in trouble back home after he allegedly violated coronavirus lockdown rules.
Diaz was caught in a raid where himself and other players were caught involved in a volleyball game, with video evidences made available to ABC.
It was gathered that the activities were reported by neighbours who had frequently reported parties in the area since March.
It was gathered that they will be questioned by police authorities to their provide their own side of the allegation.
“Several pieces of evidence were seized, including the volleyball net, balls, and several bottles of beer," the prosecutor told reporters.
"We were able to verify that there are more than two dozen, three dozen bottles; likewise, several cans of beer, sporting goods and shoes. They were all around the field and were not for personal use."
This is coming barely three months after Brazil football legend Ronaldinho has since been detained in Paraguay over an alleged possession of altered passport.
The 2002 World Cup winner arrived in Paraguay on Wednesday, March 4, for a charity event but was intercepted by officials in his hotel room.
Ronaldinho and his entourage were reportedly invited to Paraguay by popular figure Nelson Belotti. He was expected to make several public appearances and interact with media and fans during his stay at the country.
Authorities reportedly found their passports which bore their respective names but with Paraguaiyan nationality.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Lionel Messi's dream to win silverware with the Argentine national team this year suffered a major setback following the postponement of this year's Copa America tournament.
The South America's Nations' Cup was scheduled for this summer but the outbreak of deadly coronavirus has forced the championship to be pushed back by another 12 months.
By then, the Barcelona captain would be 34 - meaning it is highly unlikely for him to inspire his national team to glory.
Though the date for the event has changed, the tourney will still be hosted by both Colombia and Argentina next year as reported by The Mirror.
Messi admitted that the organisers were right to shift the date due to COVID-19 but insisted that he was heartbroken he has to wait a little longer for a chance to taste national team glory.
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