Mario Balotelli has once again caused a stir after the Manchester City striker took a tour of a local college after asking to use the toilet there.
Students and teachers alike were taken aback as the Italian pulled up to the school in his Bentley, relieved himself and then looked around the staff room and classrooms.
Most students were in the canteen when Balotelli arrived, including Edward Gasson, 18.
He told the Manchester Evening News: “Balotelli parked his Bentley outside then came in and was asking where the toilets were, then he went to the teachers’ staff room.
“After that he was just walking round campus like he owned the place and everyone was following him around.
“It was amazing to see him but it was a bit ridiculous for him to come here – you would never expect it to happen.”
Many pupils also took to Twitter to inform people of Balotelli’s impromptu visit to the establishment located near to Manchester City’s former home, Maine Road.
Another student, Josh Keogh said: “When he was walking around all the City fans were cheering him.
“He just seemed proper chilled. It was really weird to see him at our college but pretty amazing.”
A spokesperson for the college added: “Xaverian was delighted to receive a surprise visit from Mario, who chatted to some of the students at one of Manchester’s most successful colleges.
“We weren’t able to enrol him on any courses, but he is welcome back any time.”
Some of Balotelli’s alleged past antics include driving into a women’s prison to have a look around and having his house set on fire after a friend let off fireworks from his bathroom.