Leicester title winner turned MMA fighter Marcin Wasilewski ate WINE GLASS in posh restaurant on way to winning Prem

MARCIN WASILEWSKI demonstrated his hunger for Premier League title glory… by chomping on a WINE GLASS in a posh restaurant.

The Polish hardman spent four seasons with the Foxes, helping them to famously lift the 2016 crown against all odds.

Marcin Wasilewski laughed as he bit into a wine glass, a former team-mate has revealed

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Marcin Wasilewski laughed as he bit into a wine glass, a former team-mate has revealedCredit: Getty Images – Getty

Bearded Wasilewski, a fearsome centre-back, was tipped to switch sports and take up cage fighting.

The now 42-year-old’s former clubmate Ritchie de Laet has revealed the Pole’s bizarre antics during his King Power career.

Antwerp captain De Laet told Belgian paper Het Nieuwsblad: “Marcin was truly a very nice person – untypical, but likeable.

“He was the sort of guy you have a laugh with, but who does some strange things.

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“I remember going for a meal with him at a very smart restaurant.

“All of a sudden he picked up his glass and literally bit into it, without turning a hair.

“There were pieces of glass everywhere. He looked at me and started laughing.

“I just couldn’t understand what he had done at all.”

Ritchie De Laet (left) played over 100 games for Leicester

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Ritchie De Laet (left) played over 100 games for LeicesterCredit: Getty Images – Getty

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Wasilewski previously helped Leicester win the Championship in 2014.

The 60-cap international was not the only member of Claudio Ranieri’s squad to play by his own rules.

De Laet revealed earlier this week how Jamie Vardy would drink entire bottles of port before matches.

The ex-England striker also regularly asked De Laet’s family and friends to bring him cases of beer from Belgium.

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