Mario Balotelli robbed as Italy striker has his Porsche, gold and watch stolen while he is out having dinner
Balotelli returned from having dinner with his brother to find his house had been burgled
Saturday 17 May 2014
Thieves have stolen Mario Balotelli's Porsche as well as gold and watches after breaking into the Italy and AC Milan forward's house.
Balotelli was out at dinner with his brother Enoch and came home to discover he had been burgled.
The car was later found abandoned.
Balotelli wrote Saturday on Twitter: "I feel empty! No emotions ... But always fighting for the few people I love. They deserve it."
The incident comes shortly after someone tried to steal Balotelli's phone outside a nightclub, sparking a brawl as he chased the thief down.
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