Jason Denayer has embraced the luxury lifestyle in Dubai.
The Belgium national team player got a tiger.
Now it appears in social media.
Over the weekend, former Manchester City and Lyon player Jason Denayer, 27, posted a photo on Instagram that sparked outrage.
In the photo, he is seen walking the streets of Dubai – with a tiger on a chain.
Go out for a walk with the cat.Scrife Denayer.
A status symbol
Owning exotic animals as pets – for example tigers or cheetahs – is seen as a status symbol in many Arab countries, but new laws have tightened the odds of individuals owning wild animals, and now you risk fines or imprisonment if caught.
Denayer was quick to take down the photo’s post, but according to English media Angry comments should be welcomed in the comment field beforehand.
“What’s with the extra football players and the cruelty to animals?”And “Tigers should live in the wild, not be put on a leash to enhance the ego of a pathetic man.” And “You are a terrible person”Read a selection of comments.
Fellow with Guidetti
Jason Denayer belongs to Manchester City’s youth academy but, like his former team-mate John Guidetti, has been loaned out to Scottish Celtic.
In 2018, he went to the French club Lyon, where he spent four years and played more than 100 matches.
He also participated in 35 international matches for Belgium.
Last fall, he signed with Dubai’s Shabab Al-Ahly club in the United Arab Emirates.
“Falls down a lot. Internet fanatic. Proud analyst. Creator. Wannabe music lover. Introvert. Tv aficionado.”
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