Nicklas Bendtner was blackmailed by a former lover into paying for a boob job after claiming he had got her pregnant.
That is one bombshell revelation he has made in his auto-biography Both Sides.
The Danish striker has led a wild life throughout his footballing career after coming up through the academy at Arsenal.
Ultimately, he never lived up to his promise and was let go in 2014 after 10 years at the club.
But during his time in north London, Bendtner has confessed to a string of former lovers in his new book.
One smashed up his Porsche while another threw his clothes out of the window after learning of his womanising ways.
However, perhaps worse of all was one woman who demanded he pay for a boob job after claiming to have got her pregnant.
Bendtner said: “One of the girls I’ve been with comes back and claims I’ve got her pregnant.
"[She says] there’s a price if she’s going to do something about it.
"‘And what does that mean?’ I ask.
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"‘It means you’ve got to pay for a pair of new boobs for me. I want my t*****s fixed,’ she says.
“So I end up paying for her trip to the cosmetic surgeon.
“Another night, a girl chucks a cobblestone through the back window of one of my Porsches.
"I’m up in the apartment, and I can hear her shouting and screaming, but I don’t go outside.
"There’s nothing to talk about. She’s p***ed off because I don’t want to keep seeing her.
“On a third night, a girl checks my phone while I’m asleep. I guess she finds out I’ve got a few others on the go besides her.
"The next morning she’s gone. So are my clothes. They’ve been thrown out of the window and are lying on the footpath.”
Bendtner is now plying his trade in the Danish fourth-tier for Tarnby FF, where he started out life as a footballer before later moving to Arsenal, after being released from Copenhagen last year.
However, he plays for the "M+32 Old Boys" – with the organiser Martin Skov Haestrup saying: “We are very happy that Nicklas wants to stay in shape with some of the guys he has known for many years. This opportunity is something we have been discussing for many years."
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