In the his greatest and only display of selflessness and team spirit, Arsenal striker Nikolas Bendtner took it upon himself to take some of the heat off Mesuit Ozil and the rest of the Gunners during Arsenalâs annual quarterfinal exit from the CL. â Danish tabloid BT alleged that Bendtner threatened a taxi driver before unbuttoning his trousers and rubbing himself against the side of the car. The 26-year-old is then alleged to have whipped the taxi with his belt, calling the driver a âlittle whore.â The cabbie was so concerned that he called the police.â âNicklas Bendtner is facing a heavy fine and dressing down from Arsene Wenger over claims he went on a drunken rampage while Arsenal were being knocked out of the Champions League by Bayern Munich.â âClub officials have taken a very dim view of the fact Bendtner got himself into trouble, while his team-mates were unsuccessfully trying to overturn a two-goal deficit in Munich.â From the Guardian: ""They were pretty drunk," the 47-year-old taxi driver told BT. "I got out of the car to put the bike stand on the back of the cab, and Bendtner and two of the others climbed into the back seat. When I sat back down I saw that the taxi radio had been kicked loose and was dangling down. They'd also taken some of my personal belongings that had been lying between the seats and, when I asked to have them back, Bendtner completely freaked out. "He said that, if he was not so famous, he would have smacked me, and he called me a 'little fat pig'. I asked him to leave the car â I had to ask them three times, and said I'd have to call the police if they didn't." The cabbie then claimed that, while he was removing the bike stand again from the back of the car, Bendtner had to be restrained by his three friends. "He stood at the back of the car and rubbed up against the side window after unbuttoning his pants while he whipped the cab with his belt and shouted he wanted to '**** me'," he added. "I've had drunks and alcoholics in my cab in Copenhagen over the last 25 years, but I've never experienced anything like this." Bendtner's spokeswoman, Elisa Lykke, when contacted by The Guardian declined to comment on the story on Thursday, while Arsenal said they were looking into the matter but declined to make any further statement. The Denmark international will leave the club this summer under freedom of contract but, while he still hopes to play a part in the club's run-in, he had claimed earlier this month that his image may hinder his attempts to relaunch his career elsewhere. Bendtner suggested he had been "made into a psychopath" in terms of public perception. "I have, for example, talked to clubs who say they have heard this or that story about me," he had told the Danish paper Jyllands-Posten. "So I have to tell them that is not true. Of all the things that I have been associated with, I have only done one thing wrong and that was in Copenhagen [an arrest for drink driving]. Regardless of this, I have, bit by bit, in people's eyes been made into a psychopath."