Watch Vidal roll around on back of Ferrari while women joke ‘he can’t stand up’

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A video of Inter Milan midfielder Arturo Vidal enjoying his night out has gone viral after it surfaced online.

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The 34-year-old’s antics have taken social media by storm, despite clips taken in August in which the player is seen walking around on the back of his Ferrari.

Arturo Vidal was seen roaming around in his Ferrari after the night out
Inter Milan ace Vidal was caught on cameras struggling to get into his car in a video that has gone viral

Inter Milan ace Vidal was caught on cameras struggling to get into his car in a video that has gone viral

According to Gazzetta dello Sport, the incident took place on 18 August – three days before Inter’s season-opening Serie A match against Genoa.


Vidal started on the bench to clash at the San Siro, though he came in the second half where he hit a four with a goal and an assist.

In the video, the Chile international posed with fans before trying to get into the passenger seat of his supercar.

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But Vidal had difficulty getting himself into position, to entertain the women filming him on a balcony across the street below.

He was caught on cameras swinging both his legs in the air on the back of a Ferrari as he nearly collapsed.

Vidal then straightened himself, before incorrectly climbing into the passenger seat.

The women were left in a frenzy, as he said: “He can’t even stand.”

Gazzetta revealed that Inter was aware of the video and had already discussed it with the player in August.

Commenting on the clip, a fan tweeted: “Three days later he scored and assists in the best game he has played since being at Inter.”

Another messaged: “For me he can drink all the bars in Milan and Lombardy, I’m interested in what he does on the pitch.”

A third added: “This is proof that all salaries of professional football players should be reduced by 90 percent.”

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