According to BBC
“No criminal offences were disclosed and no crime recorded. Police were called to Pewsey Road, Wythenshawe, just after 3pm on Thursday, 23 October 2014 following reports of threatening behaviour. Officers have since spoken to the complainant (and) no further action will be taken,” said a statement from the Greater Manchester Police.
The incident happened one day after Liverpool’s 3-0 defeat to Real Madrid in the Champions League, with Balotelli having underperformed that led to his half-time substitution. Balotelli was said to have approached a young woman’s daughter who was taking photos of his car, but as no formal complaint was made, Balotelli escaped any police action.
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