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Tuesday, 7 September 2010

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Hello Justin - Love That Fringe!

Nobody knows for sure yet that Canadian teen heart-throb Justin Bieber sent Wayne Rooney hooker sex case girl Jennifer Thompson a text message enquiring about hourly rates and discount packages.

But SEN's Buffty Ginslinger reckons it's possible.

It appears that he bases his supposition on the fact that young Justin seems to have 'a bit of a thing' about older sexy ladies (a bit like renowned granny-shagger and baldy England footballer Wayne Rooney himself) and that he'd want to get his nose in Jennifer 'Juicy Jen' Thompson's trough.

Even though she's relatively young - as in not quite as old as Kim Kardashian.

Slurping on a rather large G&T and puffing on a Gauloise in flagrant defiance of the smoking ban in a seedy Soho pub, alongside his entourage of Russian pimps, Latvian pole dancers and scarred West Ham fans, Buffty told us:

"Young Justin has probably made enquiries about 'Juicy Jen.' It's well known that he has a thing about sexy older ladies, and ergo, in my humble, he'll have started the ball rolling - especially as he's aware she's up for it providing there's a wad of notes involved. Don't be fooled by the cute fringe - I reckon young Justin's a right cheeky little bugger with a permanent stiffy going on. The scamp."

At which point Buffty fell over and banged his head on the bar.

More as we get it.

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