Furious ManU WAGS plot to make their partners pay for their Xmas bash

thecheers.org    2007-12-25 06:02:01    

London, Dec.25 : Manchester United WAGs held a "council of war'' on Monday to decide how to make their partners pay for their Christmas party antics.
Manchester United WAGs held a "council of war'' on Monday to decide how to make their partners pay for their Christmas party antics.

The wives and girlfriends met up in the players' lounge at Old Trafford before the club's 2-1 Premiership win over battling Everton.

The girls knew their famous fellas had been planning a daylong party, but were unaware they were inviting 100 of the best-looking girls in town.

Yesterday the angry WAGs compared their superstar partners' accounts of what happened at the bash - which ended in 19-year-old defender Jonny Evans' arrest for alleged rape.

Coleen McLoughlin, 21, reportedly threatened to call off her wedding to Wayne Rooney, 22, over his behaviour.

She was furious when she heard her famous fianc‚ had asked two girls if they had ever had a threesome.

According to a pal "things got thrown around'' as she screamed at him: "Don't ever, ever do this again. If you do, the wedding's off.''

A devastated Roo has been calling and texting her non-stop ever since, begging for forgiveness.

Team captain Gary Neville's new bride Emma and defender Wes Brown's wife Leanne were also said to be unimpressed.

"They looked like they were really united - and on the warpath," the Daily News quoted a source, as saying.

Players knocked back booze for up to 15 hours at the 100,000-pound bash.

Later, the girls accused the players of treating them like "cattle" - groping their boobs and bums and lifting their skirts as they walked past.

One witness claimed a girl guest was having sex in a room full of up to six men - some of whom she said she recognised as Manchester United players.

Yesterday it was revealed that party organisers had been hired to "harvest'' girls for the bash. (ANI)
© 2007 ANI


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