Summary clip of today's events in sport, 22.1 (Sport1)
Former Premier League player Greg Helford uploaded a rather strange video to social networks, in which he is seen throwing his ex-partner's belongings from the window of his house, claiming that she cheated on him.
The bizarre video was uploaded on Saturday night by the 38-year-old footballer, who wrote: "It's been too long, but now I'm finally clearing out the belongings of the f***ing ex."
As expected, the affair quickly went viral, evoking many reactions.
Halford previously played in the Premier League for Wolves, Sunderland and Reading.
In total he had 29 appearances in the top league in England.
He himself, by the way, was amused by the reports of the incident, and responded to a report in "SPORTbible" which claimed that "the former Premier League star threw away the belongings of the unfaithful ex."
Halford tweeted: "I wouldn't say a star... maybe 'the occasional Premier League player'...".
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Former footballer Greg Helford threw his ex's belongings out of his house (photo: screenshot, Twitter)
The puzzling incident drew many reactions online, as mentioned, and after the photos were examined in depth in the "Daily Mail" they also raised questions: "It is not clear the source of the boxes that the footballer threw away, since they appear to be empty... In addition, there is a child's BMX bike there."
Many commenters wondered: "Was the feisty ex-boyfriend 14 years old?".
In addition, some of the boxes he threw away were of the "yeezy" brand, which he himself previously said how much he loves it and is addicted to it.
By the way, Exit - the brakeman played for 19 teams in a 20-year career, so many of the commenters mocked his own loyalty.