Nick Kyrgios has taken to social media in anger after he alleged a thief broke into his $350,000 car at his home in Canberra.
Kyrgios did not take part in the US Open or French Open after signalling his intention to sit out the tennis schedule until he feels comfortable to return during the coronavirus pandemic.
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The Aussie has been vocal during the coronavirus pandemic and has vowed to keep calling players out who flout the restrictions.
But in an unfortunate turn of events, Kyrgios returned home and claimed his car had been broken into.
“So this message is to, I guess, the scum of Canberra,” Kyrgios said on Instagram.
“I wake up this morning at, you know, 8.15, and drop off my missus at work like any normal person would, and I come to my car and it’s obviously been broken into.
“Nothing thankfully to my car is broken. It’s a $350,000 car so I’d assume you’d have some respect — but you break into my car, you take all my clothes and basically some stuff, you take my wallet.
“I’ll cancel my cards and whatever, but it’s like; these are things I worked for. Show some f***ing respect. Like, if you’re so unhappy with your life it’s not my fault, I’m sorry.”
Kyrgios offers those in trouble help
Kyrgios went on to add that he had worked very hard for his achievements and would be more than happy to help someone out in need.
“I’ll put food in your mouth, like, I can hand feed it to you if you like, I can put clothes on your body, I can give a shower even,” he added.
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“Don’t break into someone’s car and take their s**t. Like, I didn’t do anything to you, I just don’t understand.
“You’re taking s**t I grinded and worked for. I’ll give you that stuff just don’t touch my s**t basically.
“You’re scum. You’re lowlifes. You don’t do that to people’s s**t. I don’t touch your s**t, don’t touch mine.”
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