Mario Balotelli the craziest athlete on Earth.In just the last week, he’s driven around Manchester in a convertible Bentley high-fiving fans, turned the garden of his mansion into a racetrack, and said that he was focused on his “girlfriends.”
Can anyone stack up to that level of craziness?
But some of the world’s biggest stars give him a run for his money.
We'll let the BBC tell you about Joey:
Joey Barton was caught on CCTV knocking an unidentified man to the ground. He then straddled him and punched him four or five times as his cousin threw food at the victim before the Premier League player punched him up to 15 times more.
Barton also left Newcastle this year after going on a wild rant against the owner.
Bellamy was on a team bonding trip in Liverpool when the fellas got drunk singing karaoke one night.
One thing led to another, and Bellamy confronted John Arne Riise with a golf club.
This is just one incident in his storied history of violent behaviour.
The journeyman player admitted this week to having a gambling addiction that cost him $2 million.
He's currently in rehab. But he revealed that he would often play through injury in order to cover his debts.
De Jong is probably most famous for his reckless karate-kick tackle against Spain in the World Cup final.
But he's done much worse.
He broke Ben Arfa's leg last season, and injured US star Stuart Holden so badly that he's yet to fully recover.
The Italian word 'cassanata' is used to describe a player who acts like a petulant brat during games.
You know you're crazy if they have to make up a word to describe your antics.
Gattuso is a fiery defensive midfielder who is constantly getting under the skin of players.
But last year he made headlines for getting into a fight with a Tottenham coach during a game.
He was banned for four matches after grabbing the coach by the throat.
The Spanish media ate him alive at Barcelona for partying too much.
Whether or not they were right, it was clear that Ronaldinho let himself go after he was one of the best players in the world in the mid-00s.
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