Man charged with stealing £8,500 electric bicycle from Premier League star Cesc Fabregas
A person has been charged with stealing a £eight,500 electrical bicycle from Premier League footballer Cesc Fabregas.
Vlad Grigoruta, 24, is accused of taking the Greyp G12S, which were customised for the Spain and Chelsea midfielder.
The motorbike can succeed in most sensible speeds of 43mph (70kmph), consistent with the producer’s website online.
It’s mentioned to had been stolen from an deal with connected to the Global Cup winner in Belgravia, central London.
Grigoruta, from Harrow, Middlesex, is charged with the robbery of a pedal bicycle on 21 February and two counts of fraud in March.
The fraud fees, defined in court docket paperwork, state he created an electronic mail account the usage of Fabregas’ identify.
He’s accused of the usage of the e-mail deal with “firstname.lastname@example.org” to ship emails to Greyp in a bid to get right of entry to and alter the safety code and finger print readers of the electrical cycle.
Greyp Motorcycles’ head of gross sales Dominik Vrbanac wrote concerning the alleged robbery in a weblog put up at the Croatian corporate’s website online ultimate month.
He mentioned the customized G12S was once produced as a “wonder” for “world-famous soccer participant Cesc Fabregas”.
Mr Vrbanac added: “The design staff did a marvellous task with the already marvellous motorbike and Cesc preferred it.”
He mentioned the motorbike was once recovered and returned to Fabregas.
Grigoruta is because of seem at Westminster Magistrates’ Court docket on Wednesday.