The UK’s gasoline shortage has led to a major crisis that has already affected millions of people, which has continued to grow for a few days at gas stations trying to fill it up.
In this scenario, it is inevitable to think about how some well-known personalities have handled the situation, such as the players of the English Premier League, among them Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese is famous for his love of luxury cars, and a few days ago, he was seen in a Bentley car worth more than 250 thousand euros (See the gallery below for the player’s collection of cars.)
The Sun answered the question of how the Portuguese got along. British media managed to chase security guards Cristiano Ronaldo at a gas station last Wednesday, when the striker was focused on United in the match against Villarreal, in which the protagonist was.
In all, Ronaldo’s staff waited seven hours to try to fill the Bentley tank, but they failed. They arrived at 2:20 p.m., expecting a tanker truck to stop at the station with supplies. However, after six hours and 40 minutes, they realized that wouldn’t be possible and left at 9 PM.
A source told the tabloid: “Both men looked tired of waiting in the rain. Ronaldo could be kept at home like everyone else if this continued.”
In any case, if the truck showed up, Cristiano’s employees could only add 30 pounds of gasoline – about 35 euros – because the stations themselves set a limit to ensure a fair supply.
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