One of the cleaners at the American Inter Miami stadium asked the Argentine star, Lionel Messi, to sign his shirt, but he did not expect the end to be punished and dismissed from his work.
In the details, the young man named Christian Salamanca, who has been living in Miami for only a year and a half, and works with a company responsible for cleaning at sporting events and concerts, had the opportunity to work at Inter Miami for the first time in his life, and during his work, the young man left his place and headed immediately to a bus. Upon arriving in the stadium garage, the club raised the Argentina shirt and asked Messi to sign it.
In turn, Messi agreed to sign, but the security men immediately headed towards Christian and removed him from the place. Subsequently, he received the decision to permanently dismiss him from work.
In an interview with the Argentine newspaper La Nacion, the young Christian said, “I work in cleaning toilets in the bus garage area.”
He added, “Fortunately, I was present when the bus arrived and the players left, and the last of them was Lionel Messi. So I yelled for him to notice me, saying, ‘Hi, world champ’, and that’s when he turned around and came to sign my shirt.”
He continued, “The security came immediately, and then they kicked me out of my job, but it was worth it.”
According to the newspaper, every employee of the “DRV PNK” stadium, whether he is an employee of the club or an external company contracting with the stadium, is warned against disturbing Messi with photographs or signatures.