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Not involved in Paris Saint-Germain's 4-1 win over Strasbourg yesterday to suspension, the Brazil star posted an image on his Instagram story of him watching a game on his laptop.
The match in question appeared to be a fixture in his native Brazil but it was very clear that Neymar was not watching the game legitimately.
The crucial piece of evidence proving that he was on a dodgy stream was of course the "sexy singles" pop-ups that we've all come across when streaming the soccer.
Nina, 28, was just 1km away from Neymar apparently. The former Barcelona man is a multi-millionaire who collects around £600,000-a-week but fans saw the funny side in Neymar being on par with us peasant fans.
Neymar's post is particularly interesting given he's been quoted as saying he doesn't enjoy watching games when he's not playing.
Speaking to Otro in 2019, Neymar said: "I don't like to watch football when I'm not playing. I don't like it. I rarely watch matches on TV. Very rarely. I watch it when my team is playing and I'm not playing, but other matches I don't like to watch.
"I feel very anxious because I have friends in most teams, so you root for your friend, hoping that he will do the right move. Anyway, I don't like it. So I try not to watch football."
In December, more than 7,000 people suspected to be watching TV illegally received police letters and were warned they could face jail.
The cease and desist letters targeted those who are suspected of using IPTV and Kodi boxes to stream channels like Sky Sports, with police warning they could face a maximum of five years in prison if they continued to break the law.
As reported by Chronicle Live, Kieron Sharp, CEO of the Federation Against Copyright Theft (FACT), said: "These notices are a direct and alarming wake up call for people using illegal streams.
"If you use illegal streaming services you are accountable for your actions and you will be pursued.
"This is not a grey area and it is not worth the risk."
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