The Italian legend was visiting a prison and one fan volunteered to stay one more week in order to meet the former Roma footballerFans can go to great lengths to show their support for their teams.Others will go crazy if they get to meet their heroes in real life.And that’s what Italian football legend Francesco Totti remembers about a prison visit, where a fan volunteered to stay longer to meet his idol.The former Roma star tells in his book how in 2006 he visited Rebibbia prison in Rome with the whole squad.Karsdorp reveals he had too much stress at Roma Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 The Dutch defender has been with the Gialorrossi since 2017, but he has not enjoyed his time in the Italian Lega Serie A.“We went to visit the prison and take a tour of the cells, where everyone was detained. Everyone was very happy because for them to see a player inside was like seeing the Pope,” he was quoted by The Daily Mail.“There was this lad there that kept shouting, ‘Me! Me! Me!’ and wanted, at absolutely all costs, to take a photo with me. No-one would let him through, but he started to push his way forward and try and get closer to me to take a photo. I did not really understand why he was so determined.”The inmate was scheduled to be released one week before Totti’s visit, but he wrote a letter to the prison warden begging him to allow him to stay.“Even if I lived for another 100 years, I’ll never again have a chance like this to have my photo taken alongside Totti,” the inmate wrote in the letter.