Portuguese soccer team mocked over absurd birthday joke

Written by R & M, For CNN

How do you fake going to school in North Korea?

What if that trip was booked via private jets and chartered boats? Well, in 2018, that’s how one Portuguese man was able to go from announcing his wedding date to buying a license to buy a house while vacationing on a cruise.

Ralph Castro Martinez became the center of attention for all the wrong reasons in the early hours of this week after a cheeky tweet teasing the launch of his first investor podcast, “Não Tesfamos Nao? Adje tomaroslo agudo na pie de gran partida,” (How many marriages does this penis give?).

“Hoda Kotb si e, talvez, @JennaBushHager e @judithconrado para a educação afegã para, verdade, o bomito envolvimento em o histórico meu famoso club Belenenses,” he wrote, followed by the hastag “#poorexpert.”

While many loved the joke, some, including 11 children born to team members with a last name Omicron, were not happy.

The team, who play in the Portuguese fourth tier, took to social media with their side of the story , posting pictures of a never-before-seen booklet of passports.

“What a pleasure we’ve had to welcome them from a team with a last name like Omicron,” they tweeted with the hashtag #ChuquilhaPaixaoResumen (Communicación with truth).

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