Former Real Madrid attacker Wesley Sneijder was reportedly arrested for damaging a car valued at £5.400 last weekend.
The 35-year-old midfielder, who currently plays for Qatari topflight side Al-Gharafa was spotted dressed in white top and dancing on the bonnet of the car.
He was also said to have broken the car's windscreen while drunk-dancing, and was immediately locked up in Utrecht while back in his home town.
Meanwhile, SunSport quoting former Manchester United target Algemeen Dagblad revealed the star has paid the £5382 compensation to the vehicle's owner.
Soccer News further reports that the 2010 Champions League winner was also sighted planting a kiss on a blonde woman.
The former Galatasaray star has however been released by cops after offsetting the bill for the damage.
Meanwhile, the authorities refused to confirm it was the ex-Real Madrid attacker who was arrested for the offence, but admitted a 35-year-old male was in custody for destroying a car.
Sneijder was part of the Inter Milan squad that won treble under Jose Mourinho in 2010. He was capped 134 times for his country and won a number of honours while playing for Ajax, Madrid, Inter Milan and Galatasaray.
He headed to the Middle East in January 2018 after he was released by French side Nice following a five-month stint in Ligue 1.