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Arsenal taking Alexandre Lacazette report 'seriously'

Arsenal taking Alexandre Lacazette report 'seriously'”

Alexandre Lacazette faces an investigation and punishment from Arsenal after being filmed with a balloon at his mouth, having previously been warned over inhaling nitrous oxide.

The "Exclusive" came courtesy of the Daily Star, who showcased screenshots from a video allegedly sent to a group of Lacazette's friends by the Arsenal striker.

Arsenal will obviously be unhappy with this because all players are expected to be role models to all the fans of the club and it is said that doing this might not be illegal but that it can sometimes be unsafe.

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An Arsenal spokesperson added that it was "a private matter" that would be "handled internally".

The incident comes after several of the club's players were warned in December 2018 for inhaling gas from balloons, believed to be nitrous oxide or "laughing gas".

He has been directly involved in three goals in his last two appearances, but Lacazette has been heavily linked with a move away from Arsenal at the end of the season. According to the Frank website for drug support there are risks of "falling unconscious and/or suffocating from the lack of oxygen". All the Premier League players have been at their homes for many weeks due to the spread of the Coronavirus and Daily Star has said obtained a picture showing Lacazette inhaling "hippy crack".



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