When Chelsea captain John Terry went on a ski holiday in the French alps with his family last month, he paid a high price for being famous after posting a holiday snap online.
His action possibly alerted burglars to his empty house. Thieves broke into Terry’s £5 million (S$8.6 million) home on 25 February.
When Terry’s family returned from their holiday, they found thousands of dollars worth of personal items missing.
According to news reports, a joint operation involving the local police led to the arrests of three men in their 20s allegedly responsible for the break-in – Roy Head, 28, Darren Eastaugh, 29, and Oliver Hart, 24.
It is unclear if the trio are fans of the Chelsea player, although evidence suggests that they were planning to break into other houses along the same street. They were also charged with a string of seven residential burglaries, and appear in court in April.
Carlo Ancelotti cooks up carbonara storm for Bayern Munich
Bayern Munich boss Carlo Ancelotti has been enjoying success on the pitch with his team, but fans may not know about some of his delicious off-pitch skills.
In a video released by the German champions – who will be in Singapore alongside Inter Milan and Chelsea for the International Champions Cup in July – the former Chelsea manager tells TV chef Alfons Schuhbeck that penne carbonara is his favourite dish to prepare when cooking.
“I try to cook better than you,” Ancelotti said. “Little pieces. Pancetta and then we have to cook pancetta with oil and you can use onion if you want. It tastes good… super,” he added.
Watch the clip here: