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Premier League manager caught 'visiting prostitutes in a brothel'
Posted by: Tired and grumpy
Date: 23/12/2009 20:11
Speculation was sweeping the internet today over the identity of a Premier League football manager caught visiting prostitutes in a brothel.
The manager confirmed his identity and told a reporter that he knew the property was a brothel, although it was advertised as a massage parlour.

The man was also reportedly seen at the 'Thai' brothel - which offers full sex for 130 - in October.
However, the Sun newspaper was gagged from naming the manager for legal reasons, prompting internet gossip as to his identity.
The manager, who was still dressed in branded football training kit, left the brothel after an hour.

The brothel, which is based on an industrial estate, has no signs to indicate what services are offered inside.
But a delivery man told the newspaper: 'Everyone around here knows that it's a brothel and not a massage parlour.

'I recognised him straight away and so I carried on watching until he came out about an hour later.
'I was amazed that someone like him didn't try to hide what he was doing.

He just drove up, got out and went in. He obviously thought no-one would recognise him but he's a Premier League football manager.'
The Sun reporter confronted the manager and asked him to confirm his identity.
The paper claims he did and smiled as he agreed he had been in the company of prostitutes.
When he was asked what he had been doing at the premises, he drove off.

The gagging order preventing the media identifying the manager is likely to reignite concerns over celebrities using the Human Rights Act to prevent misdemeanours being publicised.
This was demonstrated last year when Max Mosley successfully won a claim against the News of the World after a judge ruled the paper was wrong to reveal his part in a '@#$%& orgy'.
In his judgment Mr Justice Eady said that Mosley had a 'reasonable expectation of privacy' in relation to his sexual activities no matter how 'unconventional'.

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