Cesc Fabregas has been accused of punching a bus windshield after a road rage incident in London.
Bus driver Martin Hughes claims the Chelsea player cut in front of the 93 bus to Putney Bridge in his £150,000 Aston Martin Vanquish on Wednesday afternoon.
The manoeuvre reportedly forced the bus to mount the kerb, and Hughes beeped his horn. Fabregas reportedly swore at him in response, prompting Mr Hughes to get out and confront him, reports the Standard.
He tapped on his window and, the Metro reports, the bus driver told Fabregas: "I know you and I've got it all on camera - and by the way you are a s*** footballer."
Fabregas then drove off, before stopping and getting out of his car.
According to the Independent, the bus driver claims Fabregas then came over and punched the bus' windscreen.
Mr Hughes said the bus was not damaged during the altercation, but reported the incident to his bosses.
Representatives for the star have not yet commented on the incident.
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