Anderson refuses breathalyser test

Anderson
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Manchester United's Anderson reportedly refuses to take a breathalyser test in his native Brazil.

Manchester United midfielder Anderson reportedly refused to take a breathalyser test after being stopped by police in Brazil yesterday.

The 24-year-old is believed to have been stopped at a police checkpoint in the early hours of Friday in Porto Alegre.

Brazilian law states that any person is not obliged to undertake a breathalyser examination, but they will be issued with the fine and have their licence seized.

As a result, Anderson was forced to allow his bodyguard to drive him home, according to GloboEsporte.com.

Anderson is currently in his native Brazil recovering from injury.

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