Southampton F.C. ; Soccer Scumbags or What ?
From Southampton F.C., here's one of their players, Nathan Dyer. He's paid approximately £5,000 ($10,000) per week by Southampton F.C. for his 'professional services'.
Here's one of his best-buddy, team-mates, Bradley Wright-Phillips. Incidentally, you may be interested to discover that the same Southampton F.C. stick around £8,000 ($16,000) into this young man's mitts each week.
And here's a couple of young working class girls who have to 'slave' for around the UK minimum wage of £5.50 ($11.00) per hour.
So, you should be asking by now, what's the connection?
Well, we'll tell you what - as we do what we always do in sad & sorry cases as sickening as this - we'll name 'em and shame 'em -- without charging our readers so much as a single, solitary sixpence.
Mega-rich footballers laughed and joked as they joined in the looting of handbags belonging to £5.50-an-hour barmaids who had spent the night serving them cocktails.
These sickening images show how £8,000-a-week Bradley Wright-Phillips finds it funny watching his £5,000-a-week Southampton team mate Nathan Dyer and three pals go through the girls' bags.
Cctv images clearly show them rifling through handbags, coats and purses before exiting through a private back door after enjoying a free night watching R&B superstar Kano.
Their haul included three mobile phones, £145 in cash from three different handbags, student cards and even cigarettes.
It takes a barmaid at the club a week-and-a-half to earn that £145, but that's what Wright-Phillips - son of ex-England star Ian Wright - earns in just 27 MINUTES.
The shameful incident has been reported to Hampshire Police.
Yesterday barmaid Emma Parker, 18, whose phone was stolen, said: "It's pathetic. I work for just over the minimum wage but they earn thousands a week.
"I can't believe they would have the cheek to steal from someone like me. They are arrogant beyond belief to do this. They have obviously done it for kicks because they don't need the money. They have acted in a really callous way.
"They are treated like heroes but this shows they are actually scumbags."
Well, you got that right Emma dear, we could NOT agree with you more.
(Though we'd have said something stronger - such as, lousy lowlife louses.)
Incidentally, we'll be sure to stay on this while we wait to see what Southampton F.C. do about this scandal.
Likewise, any (connected in any way), corporate sponsors inadvertently caught up in all this shit.
We'd suggest you do the same. Moreover, maybe you'll feel it it's a good idea to get on to them personally, as soon as possible.
Now ... nudge-nudge, wink-wink.
Understand what we're saying? Know what we mean? Grasped what we're getting at? Cottoned on to our recommendation?
And don't forget the well heeled, head-shebangs at the famous football club's headquarters.