Manchester United superstar Paul Pogba had a plate thrown at him at a restaurant recently – click here to find out why!
The French midfielder saw his night out turn into a very unpleasant one after he had a plate thrown at him and then got backed into a corner by an angry fan who wanted his autograph.
The incident happened at Akbar's restaurant in Manchester's city centre, and the trouble seems to have started when a group of guys were snapchatting videos of the Red Devils star minding his own business.
One of the young men then walked up to the midfielder to ask for his autograph, to which Pogba politely declined, sparking the man to disrespect the player in public.
The police were called in when a row broke out, but by the time they arrived, the situation had been defused and everyone had left.
"Officers were called to reports of a disturbance in a restaurant in Liverpool Road, Manchester, just after 11.40pm on Monday, February 20," a Manchester Police spokesperson said, as quoted by the Daily Mirror.
"When an officer called back, the line got cut off. When the officer did get through, the people involved in the disturbance had already dispersed.
"No further complaints were made after that."
Nothing much has been made of the incident, but it is concerning that some fans think this type of behaviour is acceptable.
Do you think fans have a right to behave like this towards players?