Early in his time at Manchester City, Mario Balotelli, driving his Audi R8, was involved in an accident. The police, soon on the scene, asked him why he had £5,000 in his pocket. The answer? "Because I am rich."
In October last year, he was questioned after he drove into the grounds of a women's prison in Brescia, Italy.
In March this year, the striker escaped punishment following his decision to hurl darts, aimed at youth players, from a first-floor window at City's Carrington training complex.
Balotelli then showed his generous side in April when he handed £1,000 to a homeless person following a £25,000 casino win in Manchester.
iPAD ON THE BENCH
In September, he failed to impress Italy coach Cesare Prandelli after taking his iPad to the substitutes' bench during a friendly match with the Faroe Islands.