Alexandre Lacazette, Arsenal star, photographed with a balloon on his lips, told his friends that he was “making balloons” – 18 months after the star of £ 185,000 per week received a warning for having inhaled “Hippy crack”
- Alexandre Lacazette seems to inspire balloon in his own house
- Arsenal striker seems to be relaxing on his couch as his eyes begin to close
- It happens almost 18 months after he and his fellow Arsenal stars were notified
- Images from August 2018 showed that some of the club’s players were passing out
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Arsenal star Alexandre Lacazette may be in hot water after appearing to breathe in a balloon during the coronavirus lockout.
Images published by the Daily Star appear to show that the French striker films himself at home, apparently breathing in a balloon, which is in his mouth.
French rap music can be heard in the background of the clip, while Arsenal striker at £ 185,000 a week seems to be breathing in slowly. He then seems to be relaxing on a sofa as his eyes begin to close.
Arsenal star Alexandre Lacazette could be in trouble after appearing to be inspired by a ball
The French striker then seems to slowly relax on his sofa before closing his eyes
With the images he sent to his friends during the week, the 28-year-old boasted in texts that he was “at home, relaxing and ballooning”.
Representatives of Arsenal and Lacazette were both approached for comment by MailOnline.
The news that emerged comes nearly 18 months after the former Lyon striker and several of his Arsenal teammates were warned by the club of the use of nitrous oxide.
It is not the first time that the Frenchman has been warned of his actions off the field by the club
The shocking footage from August 2018 seemed to show the French striker alongside colleagues Gunners, Mesut Ozil, Matteo Guendouzi, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Sead Kolasinac at a champagne and vodka party in a London nightclub.
Some of the players appear to have passed out after inhaling “hipster crack” from the nightclub, and a few days before the start of the new Premier League season, they are said to have been trained and “reminded them of their responsibilities.”
Nitrous oxide gas is used as an analgesic for dental patients, but it can cause oxygen starvation and has been linked to at least 17 deaths.
It is not illegal to possess the gas, but its sale is prohibited in England and Wales to people under the age of 18 if there is a risk of inhalation.
The striker recalled his responsibilities before the start of the 2018/19 season