Arturo Vidal suffers wardrobe malfunction as he strips off to give fan his SHORTS… much to policeman's amusement | The Sun

ARTURO VIDAL gave fans more than they bargained for and left a policeman giggling with a slight wardrobe malfunction.

The former Barcelona midfielder, 35, is now playing his football for Flamengo in Brazil.

And after coming off the bench in last night's 2-0 home win over Goias, he gave away his kit to lucky supporters.

But having already handed over his shirt, the only thing he still had left was his shorts.

Vidal, though, was not afraid to strip down to his pants to give the plucky supporter his shorts.

But as he did so, he accidentally tugged his underwear down a bit further than planned.


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The heavily-tattooed Chilean – also wearing his socks, boots and a 'sports bra' tracking vest – quickly readjusted his briefs but one of the two policemen stood behind could not resist a little laugh at the blunder.

Vidal became the latest professional footballer in recent weeks to suffer some kind of wardrobe malfunction.

In March, Alex Iwobi had to head off the pitch to find a replacement boot – after it split apart against Chelsea.

Vidal's former Barca pal Sergio Busquets then flashed his upper thigh when his shorts were ripped open in a tussle.

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And Porto ace Galeno was left red-faced when Denzel Dumfries pantsed him in the Champions League, exposing his tighty whities to the entire Dragao stadium – and millions watching on at home.

Galeno was not happy and appealed for a yellow card after the Inter Milan wing-back's cheeky defending tactic.

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