Cristiano Ronaldo had just left his holiday home in Mallorca for a day out with family when one of his bodyguards crashed the ug 1.7m Bugatti Veyron.
The 37-year-old father of five was in another smaller vehicle with his family when his employee went off the road and crashed into a wall.
The Cronica Balear newspaper reported that the unidentified bodyguard got out of the car to continue the journey and left the other staff employed by the Man United footballer at the scene to pick up the police, rtv21.tv portal reports.
It was not immediately clear where Ronaldo might have started, but he was photographed enjoying a day off with family on his 5.5. XNUMXm superyacht Azimut Grande, which is anchored in Port Adriano southwest of Mallorca .
Cristiano is believed to have rented a luxury villa near the site of Monday morning's accident, near Joan March Hospital in Bunyola municipality.
The damaged Bugatti was later taken to a tow truck covered in a blue cloth.
Cronica Balear reported that security officers left to take care of the car while waiting for police to arrive.
The identity of the person behind the wheel has not yet been revealed, but it is known that Cristiano Ronaldo and his family are protected by Portuguese twins who served as soldiers in an elite unit of special forces in Afghanistan.21Media