Let’s say you own a dog. You can’t take care of said dog anymore. Now, the dog’s a bit vicious perhaps, so you’re going to find it a tough time trying to pass along your dog to a friend or family member. And you’re not quite comfortable passing along your angry dog to an animal shelter, who don’t really appreciate potentially violent animals.

What do you do?

Leave it with a very famous footballer, by tying it up in a training ground with an explanatory note, of course. The Telegraph explains, insofar as this is even explicable:

The Bundesliga leaders said that the fan talked his way past security staff and into the team’s dressing room in south Munich and the pair argued in French before the intruder was ejected and banned.
The club contacted the police, who identified the fan as French from his car registration.

German media reported that the fan had left his dog at Bayern’s training ground in January with a note attached for the attention of France winger Ribéry, asking him to look after the animal, a female called Oito.

“Dear Franck, I’m very sorry. I don’t know who I can turn to anymore,” the letter reportedly began.

Comments (3)

  1. If this means I can’t get in to the Bayern training ground the next time I go to watch training, I’m gonna plenty pissed. That being said, though the public trainings allow a lot of access to reserve squad players and “up and comers” (I saw David Alaba train at least 5 times last time I was in Munich, before he broke out as a star left back), the big stars like Neuer, Ribery, Robben and others train on the “Far fields” when only special members of the children’s fan club can get relatively close.

  2. Franck had previously advised security that he had friends/family in town to watch the training. that’s the only reason this yahoo was able to talk his way in.

    When security saw a frenchman claiming to know Franck they let him in as they had been told.

  3. he shouldve dressed as an underage hooker guaranteed scarface wudve took the dog in

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