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Mario Balotelli in trouble with Law enforcement again!

The player, who allegedly had an anti-scandal clause included in his contract, was pulled over by police officers while driving close to his family’s home in Brescia.

Trouble seems to be Mario Balotelli’s middle name. Just weeks after joining AC Milan on loan from Liverpool, the Italian striker got himself in trouble for speeding, which caused police officers to strip him of his driver’s license.

Reports indicate that Balotelli was driving near his family’s home in the city of Brescia, when two officers pulled him over to tell him he was speeding. The police report states that Balotelli denied being aware of such infraction, telling the officers he hadn’t realized he was speeding. After a few moments, the officers that clocked Balotelli’s Lamborghini at over 90 km/hr when the speed limit in that area is of 50 km/hr stripped the player from his driver’s license.

It is yet to be known if AC Milan will sanction the striker, since their loan deal with Liverpool included an “anti-scandal clause”, which stated that the team could terminate the deal if Balotelli got in any kind of trouble.

The player scored one goal during his debut with Milan against Mantova. Will it be his last with the Rossoneri?

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