“Neymar’s party sometimes lasts 48 hours.” 메이저놀이터
French sports media L’Equipe reported on the 19th (Korean time) the dissatisfied voices of Parisian neighbors regarding ‘party freak’ Neymar.
‘Brazilian national striker’ Neymar has been living in Bugibal, a suburb of Paris since transferring from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain in 2017.
The most recent party at Neymar’s house was his 31st birthday on the 5th, which started at 3pm and lasted until midnight. It was a late-night birthday party that turned the complex where Neymar resides into a Brazilian music party and really pissed off his neighbor, Mayor Luc Watel Bugibal.
In an interview with Le Parisien, Mayor Wattel said, “Neymar is a rude person who doesn’t know ‘respect’ in the first place. The other day, he set up a tent, orchestra, and even a sound system. I live across the street from Neymar’s house, and all the windows were shaking. “He burst into anger. “We can fine Neymar, but compared to his annual salary, what can we do with someone who doesn’t care about a fine of 135 euros?” he lamented. Neymar is receiving an annual salary of 36 million euros (approximately 50 billion won) at PSG.
Some Parisian neighbors, for the most part, sympathize with Mayor Watel’s displeasure. A female retired neighbor said: “Even though I am 600 meters from Neymar’s house, I can hear everything. He has no respect for anyone. The fact that he is Neymar is no excuse. Some parties last 48 hours. Sometimes,” he testified.
Of course, there were some neighbors who tried to understand the late-night parties of young and cheerful Brazilians. A neighbor said, “The girls scream, the engine rumbles, but it’s tolerable. At most once a month. It rarely bothers me.” “People complain, but if you look at it, it’s about three times a year. It’s Neymar’s age, and if you look at Neymar, he has money, and he’s young, so it’s natural to have fun. It’s no surprise that the party is big. Because he’s Neymar. Everyone is just talking about him.”
Mayor Watel compared ‘party freak’ Neymar to Brazilian legend Ronaldinho. “When Ronaldinho lived here, he used to come to watch the kids play every weekend. The kids were crazy about it. I’ve never seen Neymar like that in five years. He’s a ghost,” he complained.