Arsenal icon Jens Lehmann ‘damages neighbour’s garage with CHAINSAW in a frenzy of rage’
Arsenal icon Jens Lehmann ‘damages his neighbour’s garage with a CHAINSAW in a frenzy because of a long row on a marred view of a lake’ – German police are now investigating
- Jens Lehmann stormed his neighbor’s garage with a chainsaw, reports say
- The former Arsenal goalkeeper has a ‘long-standing dispute’ with his neighbors
- And German Lehmann would have taken a chainsaw in a “frenzy of rage”
Jens Lehmann dramatically stormed his neighbor’s garage with a chainsaw, according to reports in Germany.
The legendary former Arsenal goalkeeper is said to have had a long-running dispute with neighbors over their property apparently blocking his view of the beautiful Lake Starnberg.
And as Bild reports, Lehmann took a chainsaw and cut several roof beams with it in a “frenzy of rage.”
Jens Lehmann dramatically stormed his neighbor’s garage with a chainsaw, reports say
The legendary former Arsenal goalkeeper is said to have had a long-running dispute with neighbors over their property, apparently blocking his view of the beautiful Lake Starnberg.
The article goes on to claim that the 52-year-old unsuccessfully tried to turn off a security camera, which resulted in the attack being broadcast live to the landlord.
He would have caused hundreds of pounds of damage with the chainsaw.
Police were then called to Lehmann’s property and are now investigating whether the former German star is guilty of three further cases of vandalism worth over £8,500.
The former 61-cap international is believed to have a long-standing bad relationship with his neighbors and reported them for ‘property damage and coercion’, believing the new garage to be on his land.
The 52-year-old stopper has a history of clashes with players during his professional career
Lehmann has lived by scenic Lake Starnberg in Bavaria for the past 15 years after buying his current property for £4.2million while with the Gunners, where he played exactly 200 times in all competitions and was No. 1 in their Invincibles season.
He was sacked from the Hertha Berlin board last year after a racist WhatsApp message appeared online, after which he publicly apologized, tweeting: “In a private message from my mobile phone to Dennis Aogo, an impression was created that I apologized for in conversation with Dennis.
“As a former national player, he is very capable and has a great presence and brings chances to Sky.”
sports mail have contacted Lehmann for comment.