Southampton strikers use post-pub snack as offensive weapon
Tiny Southampton striker Bradley Wright-Phillips got into a spot of bother last year when he and Nathan Dyer allegedly stole mobiles phones and cash from purses at a Portsmouth nightclub. Ian Wright’s boy could be in trouble once again after more high jinks on the town, according to his morning’s Sunnewspaper:
Two soccer players are at the centre of a police probe over claims that a man was attacked and pelted with kebab meat.
Southampton strikers Bradley Wright-Phillips, 23, and 21-year-old David McGoldrick were allegedly involved in a 2am fight outside a pub.
Wtight-Phillips, half-brother of Manchester City star Shaun, had been out in Southampton with McGoldrick after a match was called off.
Police said a man of 21 had complained. Neither player was arrested.
Could this probe turn into Britain’s first kebab-throwing-based arrest? Will Bradley’s dad bollock him live on talkSPORT as much as he did after the handbag thing? Only time will tell…