To say Portugal have had a disappointing start to Euro 2016 is an understatement.
Having been expected to top their group with relative ease pre tournament, they've thus far turned in limp performances against supposed inferior opposition such as Iceland and Austria.
A lot of the criticism from the press for Portugal's poor performances have been laid at the feet of star man Cristiano Ronaldo. The Real Madrid man, often heralded as one of the best players in the world has failed to inspire his team thus far and missed a crucial penalty in their last game against Austria which would have eased the pressure ahead of their do or die final group game against Hungary.
Ronaldo's conduct off the pitch has come under scrutiny as well. Following Portugal's 1-1 draw with Iceland he criticised the minnows for celebrating too much, suggesting that they had a 'small mentality'.
This latest off the field incident is unlikely to reduce any of the press attention. While being accosted by reporters during a walk near the Portugal team hotel, Ronaldo grabbed the microphone off of one reporter and tossed it in the nearby lake.
It's worth noting that the reporter was from a publication called Correio da Manhã, the tabloid paper-who Ronaldo once sued for exposing private details about the mother of his son.