In what has been one of the more bizarre stories this week, PSG defender David Luiz has rubbished reports that he is a virgin, and criticised the media for showing a lack of respect.
The 28-year-old was baptised in team-mate Maxwell's pool earlier this week and posted on Instagram to mark the Christian sacrament, saying that he 'would wait' with his girlfriend.
As a result, Luiz's comments were misconstrued as the ex-Chelsea man admitting to abstinence - something that he has since denied as per BBC Sport.
"My religion, my baptism, I'm very happy," he said. "People are saying things everywhere about whether I'm a virgin or not. I'm not a virgin."
Clearly aggrieved by the false accusations, Luiz went on to slam the media for failing to respect his private life.
"Some people in the press don't respect people in life. I can put my head on my pillow and sleep great because I respect everyone."
Luiz joined French giants PSG from west London last June for a reported £50 million, and since his high-profile move has won Ligue 1 with his new club and scored a vital goal against his former employers in their last 16 triumph of the Champions League earlier this year. Laurent Blanc's side would later lose to Barcelona in the quarter-finals.
That solves that one, then.