We’ve all seen Neymar display his impressive skills on a football pitch, but have you seen him do the same whilst standing on a massive sculpture?
The most expensive footballer in the world was in Geneva recently to take his first action as the new ambassador of Handicap International.
Standing on top of a 40-foot sculpture known as The Broken Chair, Neymar kicked a ball into the sky “to send a message of support to people with disabilities across the world.”
As you can see, the Brazilian wore a harness to make sure he was safe in case he got to close to the edge, or one of the chair’s other legs decided to break!
— Handicap Int'l-US (@HI_UnitedStates) August 16, 2017
Handicap International describes itself as “an independent and impartial organization working in situations of poverty and exclusion, conflict and disaster.”
The Broken Chair was designed in 1997 to help Handicap International to convince countries to sign the Mine Ban Treaty.