Cristiano Ronaldo's wealth is incredible. Not only is he one of the highest-paid players in world football, but his sponsorships and CR7 brand have also helped to add further seven-figure sums into his bank account.
And the 31-year-old Real Madrid forward isn't one to shy away from displaying his wealth to the public.
On Sunday, Ronaldo took to his Instagram account to showcase his latest purchase: a new Lamborghini.
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But while the photo may have amassed well over three million likes, some fans went out of their way to make a few 'adjustments' to the Portugal international's post. And the results were rather amusing.
Numerous crudely edited images were shared online, with some photos including Ronaldo standing in front of an old card - as opposed to his luxury supercar purchase - as well as alongside a tractor, a hotdog-shaped van and as batman.The images can be seen below.
It's certainly not the reaction Ronaldo would have been expecting, but he has paid the price for gloating in front of his latest major purchase.
In his movie 'Ronaldo', released last year, the Portugal star's vast array of supercars were on display in his garage, and it was enough to make even the biggest of petrolheads jealous.
The forward signed a five-year deal back in 2013 that was worth an eye-watering £288,000-a-week, which worked out at £15 million a year of tax - excluding bonuses. So there is no doubting that there will be numerous new sets of flash wheels arriving on Ronaldo's driveway in years to come.
And according to The Sun, last week, Ronaldo is soon to sign a new five-year deal at the Santiago Bernabeu, with two years remaining on his current deal, that will see him net a crazy £215 million.
Not that the figure will concern Real, considering his consistency in front of goal.
Ronaldo has already netted four times for Real this season, including on his first appearance of the campaign, despite returning late from an injury he suffered at this summer's European Championships with Portugal.