Yoenis Cespedes let staffer drive Lambo because of waffle mishap

When Yoenis Cespedes wants round waffles, he gets round waffles.

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Yoenis Cespedes has been turning heads his first few days at Mets camp. The $75 million man has basically been putting on a car show, arriving in a Ford F-25 on Monday, a Polaris Slingshot on Tuesday and finally a Lamborghini Aventador on Wednesday.

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The man has been the center of attention. But just when you thought the flashy outfielder couldn’t make any more headlines, New York Newsday drops this doozy.

The outlet reported Wednesday that Cespedes arrived in style on Wednesday — only to find out that he would be forced to eat square waffles. Which, the Mets star apparently does not do.

So what does a superstar do in a situation this dire? Tell a team staffer to hop in your $400,000 Lambo —€“ the same one that shoots flames out of the tailpipe — and buy a round waffle maker.

Crisis averted.