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Footballer 'sorry' for celebrating signing for Russian team by live streaming sex tape on Snapchat

Footballer 'sorry' for celebrating signing for Russian team by live streaming sex tape on Snapchat
Modern day football celebrations are notoriously bizarre, but Clinton N’Jie took things to a new level when he marked signing a contract with Russian team Dynamo Moscow by live streaming a sex video on Snapchat.

Cameroon international N’Jie penned a four-year deal with Russian Premier League side Dynamo on Thursday, confirming his move from French team Olympique Marseille and subsequently decided to toast his new beginnings.

After getting suitably merry, winger N’Jie allegedly decided to Google his own name on his phone in an attempt to read the news on his move.

Unfortunately for N’Jie, he mistakenly pressed the wrong button and instead live streamed himself on messaging app Snapchat.

That would seem innocuous enough, although N’Jie at the time wasn't just innocently relaxing at home, but engaging in some rather explicit behavior with an unknown female - which he broadcast live. Cue an outpouring of memes on social media.

N’Jie, who had a spell at Lyon and also played two years for Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur, excused his actions by blaming the celebratory drinking session for the tech mishap.

"I am sorry, I had too much to drink. I celebrated my new contract and wanted to read the news. I pressed the wrong button,” the 25-year-old sheepishly said.

We can all relate to the perils of operating our electronic devices while intoxicated, but the question remains as to why N’Jie would interrupt his indiscrete activities to casually browse the news of his transfer.

N’Jie scored three goals in 17 Ligue 1 appearances last season, and was signed by Dynamo to provide some much needed firepower up front. As a bonus, the club now has some questions about his tackle adequately answered.

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