Cristiano Ronaldo Arrested for his Poor English Skills


Cristiano Ronaldo Arrested for his Poor English Skills

"What The Hell Did He Just Say?"

3PM- El Paso police have raided the small condo of Italian Soccer Star Cristiano Ronaldo located off of McCombs and Hawkins after an alleged tip to authorities. Police say they arrived to Ronaldo's address after they received the anonymous tip from a local boy by the name of Alfredo Jaquez. I caught up with the lead investigator of this case, Deputy Mike Hawk, and asked why the German star was targeted for this arrest. "His wack ass English" was all the info I was able to get from Deputy Hunt. I was told by a credible source that police gave Ronaldo a chance to explain himself but was quickly silenced after authorities realized he couldn't pronounce something as simple as "bus" or "soccer". This case is still on going and is sure to have major repercussions to the French soccer player and his current ball club Barcelona. If you have any clues that could help Mr.Ronaldo you can text any tips to our anonymous hotline. 
By:Elver Galarga CNN News

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