WATCH: You don’t turn your back on Zlatan Ibrahimovic

PSG and Sweden star Zlatan Ibrahimovic isn’t known for his modesty.

The striker takes himself seriously and expects everyone else to do so too.

So when a football fan had the nerve to actually turn his back on the big man; it couldn’t be let pass.

PSG posted a clip of the incident on Twitter.

To be fair to the guy, it looks like he’s trying to get a selfie with the striker in the background rather than disrespect him.

But, like Baby in the corner, no-one turns their back on Zlatan and the fan quickly found the cap snatched off his head to grab his attention.

Ibrahimovic did sign and return it though, so all’s well that ends well.

Just remember in future, no-one turns their back on Zlatan.

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