Samir Nasri's week has just gotten more worse after the Frenchman watched his £330,000 Lamborghini Aventador get towed off by the authorities, an unpleasant follow up to helplessly watching his club side get humiliated at the Etihad by a Manchester United side led by 18-year-old Marcus Rashford.
The unfortunate incident took place close to the Etihad Campus, in a Manchester council estate as he drove his £330,000 Lamborghini supercar.
His crime was that he was driving a 200mph motor was not registered to be driven in the United Kingdom, leading to the car subsequently getting impounded by police.
Nasri was pictured leaning back against a brick wall as officers waited to take the vehicle.
Both doors were raised as officers inspected the vehicle while Nasri grabbed his belongings.
It is unclear whether Nasri who has been sidelined since November was picked up by one of his friends or whether he walked to the Eithad campus, which was situated a short distance from where he was pulled over.
He has only recently returned to City training as he bids to make his return from a long injury lay-off before the season comes to an end.
Oh, it seems the person that captured the incident and shared it on social media is a United fan, at least, going by his post.