Hackers post porn to Robin van Persie's Facebook page as ex-Man Utd and Arsenal star forced to release statement | The Sun

MANCHESTER UNITED and Arsenal legend Robin van Persie has been forced to release a statement after hackers posted porn to his Facebook page.

The X-rated content was posted to the popular retired ace's story on the social media site, where he has 18million followers.


According to the Star, one clip was of a naked woman on all fours.

A second post showed a woman wearing no underwear.

And so Van Persie has taken to Twitter to explain that it was a hacker who posted the naughty content and NOT him.

Van Persie tweeted: "'m afraid someone hacked into my Facebook account (@ Robin van Persie) early this morning, so if you see cute cat content or whatever may potentially come next before I have control back.. It wasn't me.."

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A follow-up tweet said: "Unfortunately, for a second time in a short time my Facebook page has been hacked into and inappropriate content has been published without my control.

"We are working on a solution and hopefully.

"@facebook is able to sort this out quickly. Sorry for any inconvenience caused."

The stories have since been deleted from the Dutch legend's account.

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Van Persie retired in 2019, finishing his career at boyhood club Feyenoord.

He won a Premier League and an FA Cup while in England, playing for United and Arsenal respectively.

Van Persie also featured in a World Cup and Champions League final.

He has now passed the torch onto son, Shaqueel, who plays for Feyenoord.

The 16-year-old is a striker and has the killer instincts of his dad.

Shaqueel has scored 16 goals in 13 U17 games.

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