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Thursday, 24 June 2010

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The Vuvuzela Of The Lambs.

Reports are filtering through that appear to suggest that Wayne Rooney booed and jeered an England fan in an off- camera incident.

The England striker's shocking response came as he walked off the pitch after being substituted in England's 1-0 win over Slovenia.

Rooney apparently turned to the crowd and started booing and jeering England supporter Ryan Hare, from Dunstable, seemingly for blowing a vuvuzela trumpet.

Ryan Hare told us:

"I was just blowing me vuvuzela trumpet when Rooney started booing me. Being booed by your own players eh? Talk about loyal footballers..."

A spokesman, claiming to represent Wayne Rooney, wearing a red shirt and emerging from the England dressing room, told our reporter:

"Wayne was justifiably upset with this fan. While the rest of the supporters were trying to get a traditional English terrace sing song going, this prick was blowing a bloody vuvuzela, like the rest of the fucking morons at the World Cup. Wayne told me to say that he read a great article on the internet by some guy named Woods about a vuvuzela getting stuffed up a fan's arse by irate Uruguay fans. That would do for me, my friend. All vuvuzela blowers should have the confounded things stuffed up their arses."

Ryan Hare said that he was staggered by Rooney's actions, and his response. He told us:

"I paid ten pound to get out here to watch England. On a budget flight. It cost me a further seven hundred pound to use the toilet, nine hundred pound for me baggage, and one thousand two hundred and forty seven pound ninety-nine for a few beers and a shitty sandwich. Having shelled out that much, I think I've got a right to blow me fackin' vuvuzela whenever and wherever I like. Bastards."

Fabio Capello apologised for being Italian.

More as we get it.

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