Republic of Ireland star Andy Keogh has revealed that his house was burgled overnight on Twitter, and alleges that the vehicle was used in a number of crime sprees.
The latest chapter in Andy Keogh's stolen car saga has seen his property being used in four different robberies.
He has taken to Twitter to express his anger at the intial theft of his vehicle, and now it has taken a turn for the bizarre.
"So my car has been recovered, but has been used in four different robberies and is battered! Decent, cheers," he tweeted this evening.
He then posted a photo of his charcoal Audi with the caption, "RIP".
Earlier today, he said: "Well I have woken up to my house and car being robbed! Great way to start the day!"
It seems that Keogh and his family were at home when the robbery took place.
In the past few years, more than a dozen Premiership footballers have been robbed or burgled, almost all when the players were known to be taking part in matches abroad or elsewhere in England.
Liverpool players have been the most commonly targeted, with nine of them – Steven Gerrard, Dirk Kuyt, Pepe Reina, Jerzy Dudek, Daniel Agger, Peter Crouch, Florent Sinama-Pongolle, Robbie Keane and Lucas Leiva – suffering domestic burglaries or robberies while they were away from home, along with the failed robbery targeting Pennant.
He scored a late consolation goal in the 6-1 drubbing by Germany at the Aviva last October.
It's not the first time that Keogh has revealed personal information on Twitter.
"Not even in the provisional squad, gutted, oh well might get called in last minute! #noloyalty," he wrote on Twitter.
He later added: "Not moaning bout bein left out jus gutted, lot of quality in the squad,maybe after Oman and NY a txt or phone call wud of been courteous !!."