Angry Vandals have yet again targeted Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s statue outside his former club Malmo, MySportDab reports.
Vandals have not stopped ever since Ibrahimovic announced he bought a 25 per cent stake in rival club Hammarby back in November.
Angry fans have previously sprayed it with paint, set it on fire and even went on to put a toilet seat over its arm.
The 3.5 metre high statue was unveiled and commissioned by the Swedish FA on October 9.
The structure has since been washed by workers in an attempt to clear off the dirt from the incident.
Ibrahimovic’s house in Stockholm was also vandalised, with ‘Judas‘ painted on the front door amid the recriminations from his involvement with Hammarby.
MySportDab understands 38-year-old Ibrahimovic was born in Malmo and made his professional debut for the club in 1999.
He would then go on to appear 47 times and score 18 goals before departing for Ajax in 2001.
Ibrahimovic has since played for top clubs like Ajax, Juventus, Barcelona, Inter Milan, Paris St-Germain, AC Milan and Manchester United.