A rope about the neck, and an attempt to save the legs of.
This is what Zlatan Ibrahimovic' statue, which stands in Malmö, has been exposed in yet another hærværksforsøg.
It writes the Swedish media Aftonbladet.
And the damage this time is so extensive that the statue now in danger of tipping over, tells Swedish police.
It is only just over two weeks ago, that the statue of the Swedish superstar was vandalized the first time, after it emerged that the Swedish player had been co-owner of Hammarby and now owns 25 percent of the club.
The new hærværksforsøg has meant that the Swedish police now have to spare the statue for the public interest.
"We are going to put a barrier up around the statue, so that people are not likely to get down on himself when they go by it," says the police in Malmö, to Sydsvenskan.
It is especially the club's most avid fans in the MFF-support, who are dissatisfied with the klublegendens interest in a competing club, which has prompted them to look different on the statue, which was inaugurated on Stadiontorvet in Malmö back in October.
In the past season was Malmö FF number two in the best league in front of just Hammarby in third place, while the Stockholm club Djurgarden became the champion.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic played in Malmö, sweden as a youth player and was moved up on varsity, where he was sold to Ajax in 2001.
In the video at the top you can see how the statue was also vandalized for a little over two weeks ago.Updated Date: 12 December 2019, 07:00