Newcastle Defender Florian Lejeune Bizarrely Reveals How He'd Dispose Of A Dead Body
Newcastle United defender Florian Lejeune has revealed how he would dispose of a dead body after a bizarre question in the club's matchday programme.
The club's 'tombola' section of their official programme offers a series of random questions for their players to answer.
One bizarre question asked the French defender to disclose how he would dispose of a dead body if he only had one hour to hide it.
The 28-year-old responded with: '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.'
"Right we've got an interview with Florian Lejeune for the match day programme this week so try and think of some unique questions to ask him"
Interviewer: "Say no more..." :sweat_smile: pic.twitter.com/kca887SqXQ
- Footy Accumulators (@FootyAccums) January 20, 2020
It's safe to say that could be one of the strangest questions he'll ever have to answer.
The interview also featured a variety of other hypotheticals, such as who he would swap bodies with for a day.
'Not for one day, but just for a game I'd like to be Lionel Messi,' he said.
Another strange question was what he would do if he was invisible for a day.
His response was that he'd rob a bank but attempt to play a Robin Hood role and give to the poor.
'I would rob a bank and divide up the money - to my family, to poor people. What could I do? Maybe I could do more than just rob a bank.
'It's a whole day, so I could do loads of things.'
Lejeune featured in the programme but didn't play over the weekend as Newcastle defeated Chelsea 1-0 at St. James' Park.
I would read an entire book of this INSANE interview. The whole thing is a mess. I love it pic.twitter.com/sAAsza4umo
- Charlotte Robson (@charlottehope) January 19, 2020
He's been limited to six appearances this season after recovering from a nasty knee injury he suffered last season.
Newcastle, meanwhile, are exceeding all expectations under Steve Bruce and are currently 12th in the league and seven points above the relegation zone.
They travel to Goodison Park on Tuesday to face off with Everton.
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