World Cup-winning South Africa scrum-half, Faf de Klerk, hit the news on Sunday evening after greeting Prince Harry in the victors' dressing-room clad only in his underpants, but the tiny Springbok has made headlines again today, as his Wikipedia page has been edited, and now describes him as a "bit of a bellend".
De Klerk played an instrumental part in South Africa's win, and, no matter what rugby fans might think of him, he can scarcely be called a "bellend", and Wikipedia may have some answering to do, particularly if de Klerk becomes aware of the unprofessional entry.
Attempting to discover de Klerk's 'real' Christian name, Moys Kenwood, 56, typed 'Faf de Klerk' into a quick Googlesearch, which revealed this:
"Faf de Klerk - Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Faf_de_Klerk
François 'Faf' de Klerk, born 19 October 1991 in Mbombela (Nelspruit), is a South African rugby union player. He plays as a scrum-half for Sale Sharks in the English Premiership and for the South Africa national teamBit of a bellend."
"It's a bit petty. The English are better losers than that. Credit where credit is due. He's an outstanding, annoying, tenacious and extremely skilful little bellend."