PC Nigel Snell said "We are trying to establish exactly what happened".
Hmm. LetÂ´s think. A 23 year old footballer player (ie thick but with loads of cash, and highly testostrony) driving a car, the capabilities of which probably outstrip the driving capabilites of the driver.....
The same as countless other young lads, who buy cars that are either "souped up", or are death traps, (depending onthe drivers fiscal standing) or they steal top of the range cars. The cars take THEM on a merry ride, and the inevitable happens.
This is why I reckon there should be "fams" exams for types of car... ie small and shitty (fiesta), medium (astra, fabia), large medium (passat), large (s max), super (mitsubishi 4x4), sports (Range Rover sport), enhanced (ferrairs). Although to be fair the farrahis do do a fams course of their own, already (IIRC).
I'm in two minds about whether it should have been fatal or not; if it was, then obviously we don't have to look at his ugly face again, but the sickening tributes in the tabloids, the the chav martyr status he would achieve, the piles of tacky "tributes" and all the "RIP Ronaldo" T-shirts which some idiot would make to sell to other idiots would be too annoying to bear.
At least the fcuker's probably got a sore nose and hopefully a phobia of cars.
Witnesses at the scene of the Ronaldo crash say he was only lightly tapped by a car from behind, when all of the sudden the car flipped over and rolled ten times. It then span around on the spot for two minutes, then all the wheels fell off and it caught fire.
After interviewing the Portugese soccer ace Manchester Police have arrested a man who was ten miles away at the time and sent him to jail for dangerous driving, leaving the scene of an accident and child abuse.