It's perhaps a bit unfair that Mario Balotelli gets so much attention for what he does off the field as opposed to what he does on it. With all the stories of bibs, fireworks, cars and money, Balotelli has become little more than a caricature of someone who is actually a decent footballer. It's a scathing indictment of our modern culture that Balotelli will be remembered more for his antics off the field than his ability to put a ball in the back of a net. Having said all that, here's Mario reading about Zlatan, listening to Biggie Smalls and 'ironing' his t-shirt.
If it seems like we're a bit sceptical, it's because we are. There's is no way that Mario Balotelli irons his own clothes and there is certainly no way that anyone genuinely irons clothes like this. The abundance of Puma logos in that small section of his house tells us that this may be one of those sneaky ads that aren't really ads. Nevertheless, we enjoyed the dancing.