Ronnie Brunswijk: Soccer body launches probe after locker room video of Suriname vice president raises 'integrity issues'

Ronnie Brunswijk captained the team and wore the number 61 shirt.

(CNN)It's not often that you'd find a country's leader on the soccer pitch. And it's even rarer as a professional, as Suriname's Vice President Ronnie Brunswijk finds himself at the advanced athletic age of 60.

Suriname is a South American country with a population of nearly 600,000, but Brunswijk has just taken time out from his vice-presidential duties to captain the club that he owns, Inter Moengotapoe, in a CONCACAF League match, a second-tier international club competition akin to UEFA's Europa League.
Inter eventually lost 6-0 against Honduran side CD Olimpia on Tuesday, according to the official CONCACAF match report.
    Brunswijk has been Suriname's vice-president since July 2020.
    Brunswijk "made history by becoming the oldest player, at 60 years of age, to play in an international club competition," according to ESPN.
      But it's not just his exploits on the pitch that's raising eyebrows; it's what allegedly happened after the game that has led to CONCACAF launching a formal investigation.
        In a video shared on social media, Brunswijk appears to be handing out cash bills to people in the CD Olimpia locker room, before leaving with a shirt of the Honduran club.
        In a statement sent to CNN, CONCACAF said it was