Raheem Sterling's smashed car found with laughing gas inside

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Raheem Sterling’s £150,000 Mercedes has crashed in London, with laughing gas canisters found inside.

The images, posted in The Sun, show the front of the car smashed, leading to both airbags being deployed.

In another photo, two laughing gas canisters are seen in the footwell of the Mercedes.


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Despite this, Sterling was included in the starting line-up, and made his debut for new club Manchester City in their 3-0 win over West Brom on Monday night.

Ex-manager, Brendan Rodgers had previously warned Sterling over his behaviour when he was photographed with the same substance, as well as a shisha pipe, in April.

Problems for Sterling 

A source told The Sun: “Raheem wasn’t in the car at the time, he was training in Manchester. It looks like he lent it to a mate.”

His behaviour has come into question again after this latest incident, and talking to The Sun, a source close to the England international has given the youngster some advice: “Raheem needs to think about whether he’s hanging around with the right kind of people, especially as he is such a high-profile star.”

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