- Former Juventus striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic performed a chilling prank on his teammate Manuel Blasi
- Juventus were in Austria for a training camp when Ibrahimovic and Romanian striker Adrian Mutu decided to teach Blasi a lesson
- The duo dangled the retired midfielder out of a hotel window, leaving Blasi to beg for his life
Zlatan Ibrahimovic once performed a horrendous prank on his Juventus teammate Manuele Blasi. Ibrahimovic shoved Blasi through a window and dangled him from the second floor.
This has been revealed by his former teammate at Juventus as well, Adrian Mutu. Juventus were on a training retreat in Austria.
Blasi blasted Ibrahimovic and Mutu after he saw the duo hitting Juventus star Pavel Nedved on the head. They decided to take their revenge on Blasi by pranking him.
Mutu relived the incident while speaking to a Romanian podcast, as captured by Goal.
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"Zlatan told me to open the door in our room. I looked outside, we were on the second floor. Blasi crosses the corridor. Zlatan grabs him, takes him into the room and pushes him out of the window.
"When Ibrahimovic got his hands on you, there was nothing you could do because he was big and really strong. He dangled Blasi out of the window, holding him just from his feet, and said: ‘Anything more to comment?"
Ibrahimovic made 70 appearances for Juventus between 2004 and 2006, where he scored 23 goals. He then left for Inter Milan. The Swede is still playing despite his advanced age and was part of the AC Milan squad that won the Scudetto last season.
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