The player said on his Twitter that "Halloween is a costume party exaggerated" and that his intention was "not to offend"
The player of Bayern MúnichRafinha apologized Thursday for having dressed up like an arabian sheik, with an object similar to a bomb, in a Halloween party with his team-mates.
"Halloween is a celebration where they dress in costumes of exaggerated. It was not my intention to anger anyone or hurt feelings", wrote the player via his twitter account, after that social networks begin to circulate the pictures of the party.
Halloween is a scary celebration with exaggerated costumes, it was not my intention to anger anyone through my disguise or hurt someones feelings. pic.twitter.com/ZZumqzpLBD? Rafinha Official (@R13_official) November 1, 2018
they go to Rafinha with a turban-style arabia and sunglasses, while carrying a package of cardboard, which hangs what appears to be an activator and with the word "Care" printed on it.
The player used the costume at a party attended by a few of his teammates from Bayern, among them Jéröme Boateng and Mats Hummels, who spread the image on their own accounts, although shortly after he was eliminated.
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