South African footballer George Lebese has revealed that some of his soccer boots were stolen from his home, while also revealing the few he now has left following the unfortunate incident.
The former Kaizer Chiefs star posted several images of the possessions he lost this week. In the images, many PUMA boxes can be seen, with many of them being empty as the boots inside them were missing.
The player also expressed that luckily not all of them were taken, as he managed to retain several pairs of his range of PUMA boots.
Scroll through the gallery above to see the belongings that Lebese is left with after some boots were stolen.
The lethal weaponry that's left
Lebese, who is known to have a deal with the German sportswear manufacturer, had various ranges of PUMA boots, and the few that he is left with include the pink Ultra 1.3, as well as various editions of the Future Z boots.
Although the baller is gutted about the event, we are more than confident that he would get PUMA's latest boot range if he wanted, whether through his deal or him simply purchasing a pair.
Did you know?
Although the attacking midfielder's luxury clothing brand Assets is yet to officially launch on Instagram, his wife Melba Nkosi was recently seen wearing one of the items.
Your thoughts, please?
Do you see Lebese ever returning to football given that he is yet to officially retire and hasn't been training with any club?