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Moscow Man Says He’s Haunted by Arshavin’s Ghost, Appeals to Police

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Police are reportedly inspecting a Moscow suburb resident’s complaint that he’s being haunted by the ghost of retired Russian football star Andrei Arshavin.

The victim claimed that a man “closely resembling [Arshavin] passes through his walls” in the town of Lobnya just north of Moscow, the Ren-TV broadcaster reported Tuesday.

The unnamed accuser alleged that Arshavin’s ghost attacks him and appears to steal his money, according to the channel.

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