Patrice Evra has opened about one of the creepiest things he has done while he was at Manchester United.
During those days, United had signed young defender Gerard Pique from Barcelona, and the Spaniard seemed to rub Evra off the wrong way while playing a prank.
The defensive duo spent two-and-a-half years together at Old Trafford before Pique left for Barcelona to rejoin them in the summer of 2008.
The centre-back was rarely used by then manager Sir Alex Ferguson, and the player too, had his heart set on a return to Spain.
Pique, who then grew up to be one of Barca’s best, has previously admitted that he once set a pair of Evra’s customised football boots on fire. Evra had gone for a shower then at the training ground.
“One day Patrice Evra came in with shoes that he’d been asking Nike for months to make,” Pique revealed. “They had the name of his children on them and all these crazy details. He went into the shower and we created a small bonfire and burned them.”
The veteran left-back, who left United in 2014, has in return told Sky One’s A League of Their Own about how the incident did not go down well with him, and what he did to Pique in return.
“They burn my trainers. It wasn’t funny, it was actually Gerard Pique. And what I have done to him… I took his shoes and went into the toilet, and I s*** inside them,” Evra has shockingly revealed.
This has to be one of the most disgusting revenge pranks done by footballers. But it wasn’t all rude pranks at the Mancunian club for Evra, as he left United a champion, winning a host of trophies under Sir Alex Ferguson.