Four thieves wearing Mohamed Salah ‘s face masks arrested in Egypt
Police have arrested four men gang who disguised to be Mohamed Salah to rob citizens of their belongings in Egypt. Four men have been arrested in Cairo after using masks depicting Liverpool star Mohamed Salah as a disguise to rob stores.
The entire armed robber covered their faces with a mask of the Liverpool forwarded who is a very big ambassador and a supper identity in the country.
The police apprehended the culprits during their operation attempting to rob a store on Hassanein Heikal Street, in the Nasr City neighbourhood of Egypt’s capital, DailyStar UK reports.
The gang tried all they can to beat the security operatives but they were eventually apprehended.
Mohamed Salah has become one of the world’s most sought players since joining Liverpool from Roma in 2017.
The star was subject of interest from Real Madrid during his first season at Anfield, according to Egypt’s assistant coach Hany Ramzy.
The interest was said to have been months ahead of the two club’s meeting in that season’s Champions League final – concluding a campaign where the Egyptian netted a remarkable 44 goals.
“When I was working with Hector Cuper, we had a training camp in Switzerland (in March 2018),” Ramzy told OnTime Sportsvia Goal, via the Echo.