QPR stars face FA charges for using c*** word on Twitter

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Friday, 30 September 2011


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FA Chairman Sir Roger Clunge.

QPR stars may be on the end of a G Spot fine from the FA for tweeting the word c***.

"The word c*** is naughty and we forbid footballers to use it in tweets" said FA Chairman Sir Roger Clunge .

29 year old Sean Wright-Phillips and Shaun Derry, 64, are just two of the cocky peeps to have used the rude twat word on Twitter this week.

"We have caught @swp29 and @greypeacock retweeting the four letter word that begins with C and ends with T and have written to their parents to make sure it doesn't happen again" said FA whistleblower Lady Fanny Thrush.

But pubic experts at the inner labia of the Masonic Lodge at Wembley now believe the c*** word may have been used as a wind up, rather than as a cliterary challenge to the authority of the FA.

"We have investigated all c*** activity leaking out of Shepherd's Bush and have traced the vaginal tweet back to lifelong QPR sufferer Terry Tourette" stated FA spokesperson Sir Arthur Minge.

Terry Tourette has admitted opening up the fishy smelling c*** mass debate.

"We have got loads of foreigners playing down the Bush this season so banter among the lads has become totally cunnilingual" tweeted Terry Tourette.

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