Bournemouth winger Arnaut Danjuma announced that he was arrested by police on doubt of attempted assassination without further ado before England went into lockdown, possibly to be released not long after when authorities realized that they had an inappropriate man.
The 23-year-old has encountered a troublesome presentation season in England, missing the initial six games from Bournemouth through injury and then getting a foot issue that has kept him sidelined from mid-December.
Indeed, even away from the pitch, it was a challenging year for Danjuma, who told The Sun that he had been falsely arrested regarding a 16 March stabbing.
He began sharing the occurrence. He said: “I walked through the city and went to the Hilton to eat something. Unexpectedly, there was a squad car there and two cops came out. One said, ‘Put the fence in your hands! ‘.I asked, ‘What was it that I did? ‘They said:’ Shut up your hands wavering! ‘I put my hands wavering again, and asked,’ What have I done? ‘Waiting for different officials to arrive they said.”
“They have come and I have asked them again. It was rather embarrassing. Individuals took pictures and it frustrated me so I became mad at the cop. I told him stuff I shouldn’t say. Be that as it may, I was frustrated and angry and ultimately he said, ‘You are not the one we are searching for, you can go’.”
Danjuma added that he didn’t recall hearing the police apologize for the occurrence, however, he declined to document a formal complaint because he just wanted to proceed onward.
The Dutch winger also took the time to examine the Black Lives Matter development revealing that he accepts he has been exposed to unfair treatment because of his skin shading, however, he demanded that it is important to avoid feeling frustrated.
“I’ve never let myself trust I’m in a troublesome situation. I’ve known about it however in the event that you want to receive in return, you ought to create a skin against everything that’s going to make you negative,” he said.