MANCHESTER - One thing that even the most die-hard fans of Chicharito did not know until only recently is that the Manchester United star, from Mexico is a fantastic stick-figure artist.
Javier Hernandez Balcazar's mom stated to Mexico's Las Maracas News Agency, that young Chicharito at the tender age of only seven months was already drawing stick-figures.
Chicharito's mother, Alamosa Fergie Hernandez stated that his very first stick-figure drawing was of his paternal grandmother Cookie Hernandez who was 88 at the time.
Alamosa Fergie said that the family laughed because it actually looked a lot like Granny Cookie, who stood 6 foot 1 inches tall and only weighed 83 pounds.
Chi-Chi, as his gorgeously sensuous girlfriend Shakira calls him, loved to draw stick figures of Mexican sports figures including soccer players, bullfighters, masked wrestlers, burro jockeys, and cock fighters.
As he grew into his early teens he began drawing stick-figures of sexy looking women such as Salma Hayek, Daisy Fuentes, Carmen Electra, and Dolly Parton.
His mother remembers one time having to go to school and meet with the principal because Chicharito had drawn a nude stick figure of his second grade teacher Carina Chalupa, 57.
Chicharito was expelled for two days and told that when he returned he would only be allowed to draw stick figures of fully clothed maids, waitresses, nuns, and wives of matadors.
Chi-Chi, recently at the insistence of his sexy girlfriend Shakira, has started drawing stick figures of noted British individuals such as Dannii Minogue, Pixie Lott, Wayne Rooney, Amanda Holden, Prince William, and Kate Middleton.
The CEO of 19th Hole Productions Simon Cowell recently saw some of the drawings and he called up Chicharito and told him that he wanted to commission him to draw 8 inch by 10 inch mini posters of the Royal Wedding couple Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Cowell's company owns the rights to the Prince William and Kate Middleton Stick Figure Drawings and so far a total of 900,000 copies of the mini-posters have been sold.
Cowell said that a portion of the profits will go to the British government to help defray the cost of England's involvement in the military actions in Libya.