Yes, you read that headline correctly. FIFA is reportedly investigating Brazilian superstar Neymar for displaying prohibited underwear during his country's 4-1 win over Cameroon on Monday, according to Brazilian news site UOL.com. But this shouldn't come as a surprise. FIFA has barred players from wearing non-Sony headphones inside stadiums and even forced Brazilian lawmakers to impose a bill allowing the sale of beer inside stadiums, despite previously-established laws. According to the report, part of Neymar's Speedo undergarments were exposed during the customary post-match procedure of exchanging jerseys with an opposing player. The issue is that Speedo is not a World Cup-sanctioned line of clothing.
FIFA reportedly investigating Neymar for prohibited underwear
Sporting News | Jun 26