Croatia champions Dinamo Zagreb have ordered defender Domagoj Vida to pay a 100,000 euro fine for opening a can of beer on the club's bus en route to a game.
"It was the most expensive beer Vida has ever had," the Jutarnji List newspaper joked.
Coach Ante Cacic immediately ordered Vida, 23, to leave the bus, which left on Monday for a cup game against lower flight side NK Vrsar later on Tuesday.
"The Dinamo management has decided to punish Vida, a Croatia international with 14 caps, with a financial penalty of 100,000 euros for his behaviour," the club, which have won the last seven Croatian championships, said on their website.
In August, Brazilian-born Dinamo midfielder Sammir was fined 270,000 euros for partying in a Zagreb night club on the eve of a Champions League qualifying match against Moldovan side Sheriff Tiraspol.
The average monthly salary in Croatia is around 750 euros.
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