ANYONE who witnessed David Nalbandian lose his rag so spectacularly at Queen’s last weekend would surely have stifled a giggle.
Yes, it must have been painful for line judge Andrew McDougall, whose leg was cut after Nalbandian kicked an advertising hoarding with such force that it flew off its hinges and struck poor McDougall in the shin.
Nalbandian, who was then disqualified, clearly didn’t mean to hurt him.
And now police have confirmed they are investigating a complaint of alleged assault by the Argentine.
The real investigation is why on earth an advertising hoarding was wrapped around the line judge’s chair in the first place.
Money talks. And in this case, it says: “Ouch, my leg hurts.”