The kid who gatecrashed the Juventus vs Tottenham ICC game played in Singapore just to meet Cristiano Ronaldo was detained by authorities and threatened with stringent action.
The Sun reports that 14-year-old Kazakhstani Akhmadi Yerzhanov, the kid who ‘invaded’ the pitch to meet Cristiano Ronaldo was later on detained by Singaporean authorities and threatened with a heavy fine for his actions.
He was running across the pitch on his way to meet Ronaldo and was about to be intercepted by security.
They were waved off by Juventus manager Maurizio Sarri who later claimed that a child cannot be deemed to be a ‘pitch invader.’
However, Singapore police reportedly took a dim view of the incident and detained the boy and his father.
The report states that the case had even been transferred to the prosecution, before the Kazakhstan consulate got involved and diffused the situation.
The boy was eventually let off with a stern warning for his actions.