Newcastle United WAG reveals unusual phobia in social media post

Sandro Tonali's girlfriend revealed an usual fact about herself on Instagram.
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Sandro Tonali's girlfriend Juliette Pastore has revealed an usual fact about herself on social media.

The Italian moved to the UK with the midfielder in July following his transfer from AC Milan to Newcastle United. However, Tonali is currently two months into a 10 month ban from football following illegal betting.

Tonali was handed a 10-month ban from football meaning he won’t be available for selection between now and the beginning of next season.Tonali was handed a 10-month ban from football meaning he won’t be available for selection between now and the beginning of next season.
Tonali was handed a 10-month ban from football meaning he won’t be available for selection between now and the beginning of next season.
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Despite this, both have remained on Tyneside with Juliette often sharing photos of their new life together.

And now Juliette has shared something else, a bizarre fact about herself.

The Italian posted facts about herself to her Instagram story as part of a trend going around the platform. In it she included her age, height, relationship status and her very unusual phobia.

Juliette Pastore on InstagramJuliette Pastore on Instagram
Juliette Pastore on Instagram

Whilst others wrote common phobias such as heights, Juliette shared she's terrified of 'Cavallette' or, rather, grasshoppers.

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What is perhaps a strange fear for those in Newcastle, grasshoppers are more common and quite large in Italy- so Juliette probably isn't alone.

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But it's definitely a phobia not heard often in these parts.

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