An outright gay man told how he went to Anfield to see his first-ever football match this afternoon, only to spend the entire duration of the match in the Gents toilets.
Larry Sabu, 20, somehow managed to obtain a ticket to see the 215th Merseyside Derby game between Liverpool and Everton in Kenny Dalglish's first home fixture in his second spell as boss of The Reds.
Before taking his seat in the stadium, however, Larry needed to urinate, and made his way to the nearest toilets - which is where his involvement with football ended, and the start of a marvellous new relationship began!
Also in the same toilets at that time was Justin Prodder, 23, from Chester. A stout Liverpool fan, Justin saw Larry across the crowded room, and when their eyes met, it was always going to 'bumming at first sight'. No words were necessary as the two adjourned to the nearest empty cubicle and began playing Daddies and Daddies.
As the final whistle went with the scores level at 2-2, the players left the field in much the same way as Larry and Justin emerged from the toilet cubicle - thoroughly exhausted. Just as the footballers did, the gay pair exchanged handshakes, promised to stay in touch, and parted with a peck on the cheek.
"If that's what football is all about, I'll be buying a season ticket next year!"