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PSG superstar Kylian Mbappe sues kebab shop owner in bizarre row over sandwich

PSG superstar Kylian Mbappe sues kebab shop owner in bizarre row over sandwich

Kylian Mbappe has sent a legal complaint to a kebab shop owner.

A kebab shop owner is being SUED by Kylian Mbappe for using the star forward's name on the menu of one of his dishes.

Mbappe has sent a legal complaint to Mohamed Henni, who has named one of his kebabs after the Paris Saint-Germain player.

Henni is a well-known figure in France as a popular influencer and owns a kebab shop.

He's described one of his kebabs on his menu as having 'bakery bread, as round as Mbappe's head'.

Image: Klub Kebab
Image: Klub Kebab

The 25-year-old isn't the only footballer to have his name on the menu as former West Ham star Dimitri Payet was named after a savoury pancake.

But Mbappe has taken exception to Henni's antics.

His lawyer has sent a letter to Henni, ordering him to rename the kebab or face legal action.

An angry Henni hit out at the France international on social media. He asked: "Are you not ashamed?"

He added: "You have nothing else to do? Suing me for something so futile? It is incredible. I can’t believe it!"

Henni, who supports PSG's rivals Marseille, also shared a picture of the letter, accompanied with the caption: "Mbappe is suing me.

"I didn’t think a player at this level had the time to think about me. He took time and money to attack me. I’m not hurting anyone, I do humour."

Henni continued as he referenced Payet, who now plays for Brazilian outfit Vasco da Gama.

"Payet is a player with values," he said. "Mbappe has completely lost it."

It's an unwanted distraction for Mbappe, who is busy with PSG as they fight on three fronts this season.

They booked their spot in the next round of the Champions League last week following their victory over Real Sociedad.

PSG sit at the top of Ligue 1, 10 points clear of second-placed Brest.

And they host Nice tonight in the French Cup quarter-final.

Featured Image Credit: Getty/Klub Kebab

Topics: Kylian Mbappe, Paris Saint-Germain, Football