'Racist' Italian police stop and search Ghana star Muntari over plush Lamborghini car
Ghana midfielder Sulley Muntari was subjected to an embarrassing search by police in Milan for driving his an expensive Lamborghini which is highly decorated.
Spotting a blackman riding the expensive and highly-decorated car, the police swooped on the innocent AC Milan star to conduct a thorough search to ensure that he owns the car.
Muntari was driving to training with AC Milan through the Guardia di Finanza in via Palestro in Milan when he was pulled over by the police.
AC Milan ace was not driving above the speed limit and was not erratic yet he was stopped and subjected to a computer search to ensure that it is not a stolen car.
Thankfully the search revealed that he is the bonafide owner of the car. The search attracted a huge crowd before police recognized that Muntari is a player of AC Milan.
They subsequently allowed him to continue with his journey but the issue has sparked a debate in the Italian media about how black people are treated in Italy.
The incident has also caused a huge uproar among blacks living in Italy who are accusing the Milan police of racism for subjecting the Ghana star to the search.
Black people who are wealthy in Italy who always suspected by the Italian police of being drug dealers even though there are some who work hard and genuinely for their wealth.
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