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'I would put it in the boot of my car and throw it into the sea': Newcastle star Florian Lejeune bizarrely explains how he would dispose of a dead body after watching Netflix series 'You'

Florian Lejeune answered series of unusual questions in Newcastle's programmeNewcastle's 'tombola' section throws up random questions for players to answerLejeune also revealed he'd love to swap places with Lionel Messi for one game  

Newcastle defender Florian Lejeune revealed how he'd dispose of a dead body in a bizarre series of questions in the club's matchday programme.

The Magpies' 'tombola' section of their programme throws up random questions on a range of weird and wonderful topics for players to answer. 

One unusual poser required Lejeune to explain how he would dispose of a dead body if he only had one hour to get rid of it.

'I would put it in the boot of my car and throw it into the sea': Newcastle star Florian Lejeune bizarrely explains how he would dispose of a dead body after watching Netflix series 'You'

Newcastle defender Florian Lejeune has bizarrely revealed how he'd dispose of a dead body

Lejeune was asked a series of unusual questions in Newcastle's matchday programme

The defender has made just six appearances this season after a long term knee injury

He answered: 'I'm watching a series at the minute called 'You', and it is about that! 'I would put it in the boot of my car, drive out to sea, put it on a boat and throw it into the sea with weights on it.'

On a slightly less murderous tone, Lejuene was also asked who he would like to swap places with for a day if he had the opportunity.

'Not for one day, but just for a game I'd like to be Lionel Messi,' he said.

Despite starring in the matchday programme, Newcastle's £8.7 million signing didn't feature as the Magpies beat Chelsea 1-0 on Saturday.

Lejeune has made just six appearances this season after making his return from a serious knee injury he sustained last season.

Newcastle's victory leaves them 12th in the Premier League table, seven points clear of the relegation zone. 

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