Reports emerged earlier this week that Alfredo Morelos had returned to his Glasgow home to find a man tampering with his car, with some even indicating that he was attempting to cut the footballer's breaks.
Morelos chased the man from the scene, with the incident reported to the police.
A man has reportedly handed himself into police, but the story has taken a bit of a strange twist.
The Daily Record are reporting that the individual in question claims he was hired as a private investigator by Morelos' wife and was asked to place a tracking device on the player's Lamborghini.
A source told the Scottish media outlet why the man in question handed himself in:
He was worried about the things being said between fans online, particularly the idea that someone was attempting to harm Morelos by cutting his brakes.
After taking legal advice, he thought the best thing to do was hand himself into police and give his side of the story.
He has told officers he is a professional investigator who was hired by Morelos’s wife.
The police thanked him for coming in and taking this responsible step.
Yesenia Morelos is currently expecting the couple's first child. The player has been informed of this latest development.
Scottish police have also confirmed that the car was not damaged in any way during the incident in question. A police spokeswoman added.
A 29-year-old man has been arrested in connection with an alleged breach of the peace following an incident involving a vehicle at a secured car park in Glasgow on Tuesday, January 28. A report will be sent to the procurator fiscal.