Nouf bin Ahmed, a Saudi lawyer, has called for Cristiano Ronaldo to be deported from the country after he made obscene gestures during Al Nassr’s match against Al Hilal on Tuesday.
Cristiano Ronaldo was almost sent off for putting an opponent in a headlock as Al Nassr lost 0-2 to Al Hilal.
When he heard chants in support of Messi, the Portuguese star made an obscene gesture.
As a result, Ahmed, according to the ‘Daily Mail,’ has called for Ronaldo’s deportation on Twitter:
“It is considered a crime of public dishonour, and if committed by a foreigner, it is one of the crimes that entails arrest and deportation,” she wrote.
Several Saudis backed the lawyer’s decision, believing that the Portuguese star should not have acted in such a way in Saudi Arabia.
Al Nassr has yet to issue an official statement, but the Saudi club explained that the Portugal international made the gesture after being hit in the genitals during the game.