Newcastle United's Florian Lejeune has shed light on how he would dispose of a dead body following a rather strange question from a club fan.
In the 'tombola' section of the Magpies' matchday programme fans are able to pose questions on any topic to their favourite Newcastle stars, something that often leads to a plethora of bizarre queries.
On this occasion, it was the centre-back who was on the receiving end of the peculiar question, forcing him to answer on how he would get rid of a dead body if he only had one hour to do so.
As quoted by the Daily Mail, Lejeune said: "I'm watching a series at the minute called 'You', and it is about that! I would put it in the boot of my car, drive out to sea, put it on a boat and throw it into the sea with weights on it."
The 28-year-old has only made five Premier League appearances all season, including a disastrous performance against Leicester on New Year's Day, and evidently the defender may be spending a tad too much time watching Netflix.
Fielding a more normal question, Lejeune was then asked who he would like to be for the day if he could be anyone in the world, responding with a more regular answer.
"Not for one day, but just for a game I'd like to be Lionel Messi," he stated.
However, the Frenchman will be hopeful he can make a greater impact on the pitch than in the matchday programme in the coming weeks with the defender only making the bench in Saturday's smash and grab 1-0 victory over Chelsea.
The result lifted the Magpies up to 12th in the Premier League table and made sure Steve Bruce's side sit seven points clear of the relegation zone, despite their continued injury crisis.
Source : 90min