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Video: Patrice Evra Drafts in Monkey For Latest Bizarre Instagram Post

Video: Patrice Evra Drafts in Monkey For Latest Bizarre Instagram Post

Patrice Evra drafted in a monkey for his latest bizarre Instagram post.

The French full-back has developed a reputation for being absolutely mental on the social picture-sharing app.

He regularly posts funny pictures and videos, often poking fun at some of his current, and former, team-mates as while telling everyone that he loves this game.

Considering Evra’s previous, there shouldn’t really be anything he does that surprises us anymore.

But a monkey? That’s definitely more bizarre than most things he’s done on social media so far:

On a quiet Monday during an international week, it is good to see Evra livening things up by teaming up with random animals on Instagram.

He now turns out for Marseille in Ligue 1 and, despite being 35, is still playing well after a three-year spell in Serie A with Juventus.

Once Evra does decide to retire, we can probably expect a load more madness via his Instagram account.

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