Greek authorities have opened criminal proceedings against Volos’ Israel goalkeeper Boris Kleyman for public indecency after he was arrested in an Athens bar for assault, a legal source said on Tuesday.
Kleyman, 32, was arrested early on Tuesday with team-mate Rodrigo Escoval in the capital city after the incident.
The same source said the victim was a female Belgian student, visiting Athens on an educational trip.
Along with Escoval, who was released by police, Kleyman has been suspended by Volos president Achilleas Beos.
Former Hapoel Tel-Aviv goalkeeper Kleyman was held for questioning and will face a judge on Thursday.
If the one-cap international is found guilty he could face more than 10 years in prison.
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