- Juventus legend Pavel Nedved has come under scrutiny after being filmed grabbing a woman's br*asts during a boozy night out at a bar
- Nedved was seen dancing with three women, who had all removed their shirts - forming a line with the former Ballon d'Or winner standing in the middle of them
- Currently the vice chairman at Juventus, the former Czech international had a stellar playing career, winning three Serie A titles, two Supercoppa Italiana trophies and one Serie B title
Juventus legend and current vice president Pavel Nedved has been captured in a video making merry with half-naked women, days before his 50th birthday.
The 2003 Ballon d'Or winner revered for his footballing skills has transitioned successfully into football administration - currently, a member of the board of directors at Juventus, while serving in the capacity as the vice chairman of the directors' board since 2015.
Known for his reserved lifestyle, shocking footage making the rounds on the internet paints a picture of the Juventus legend going wild on a night out.
In the said video, seen by Sports Brief, Nedved danced with three women, who had all removed their shirts.
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Nedved and the three ladies danced rhythmically in a closely knit style appearing inseprable, swaying side to side with the Juventus legend in the middle of them.
He was also filmed with his hands on a woman’s br*asts whilst they danced intimately. The group laughed and enjoyed themselves before another male joined in the merrymaking.
Prior to the footage going viral - garnering a staggering 2 million views as of the time of writing - Nedved unveiled Juventus' latest acquisition, Arkadiuz Milik as the club sought to bolster their attacking options with a few days left to close the transfer window.
Nedved backs Sadio Mane for Ballon d'Or award
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Juventus vice president Pavel Nedvěd has thrown his weight behind Senegal and Liverpool attacker Sadio Mané for the 2022 Ballon d'Or award.
Nedvěd, a winner of the Ballon d'Or award in 2003, believes Mané is in a similar position he experienced 19 years ago when he competed with Brazilian greats Ronaldo and Ronaldinho as well as French icons Zidane and Thierry Henry for the coveted prize.
Despite the form of Mané's competitors, the former Czech Republic international thinks the Liverpool talisman deserves a shout for the award.