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Prince Harry Is Target Of Homophobic Abuse At Gay Club

by | 13th, February 2011

PRINCE Harry has been to a gay bar in London’s Soho. The News of The World, enraged by former Sky Sports football pundit Andy Gray’s sexism of TV, peppers the story with these phrases:

“Ginger beer”

“…his shirt lifting out of his jeans.”

“Then, with muscly armed policemen in tow, he strolled past sex shops in London’s red light district before being driven home”…

“Harry, 26, usually leaves nightclubs by the back door…”

But what about the gay venue, identified by the paper as Box Bar?

The windowless venue has no sign or posters outside its entrance, which is located down a dark alley called Walker’s Court in the heart of Soho.

Only Box Bar in on London’s Monmouth Street:

The award-winning bar in the centre of London at the beautiful Seven Dials, nestled between Covent Garden and Soho. BoxBar is the perfect place to chill and unwind on a summer afternoon, or to find quiet with family or friends on any day.

The NoTW might be referring to The Box, which is on Walkers Court. And as for those gay puns – all poofs are shirt lifters (he-he) – the paper’s Robert Jobson & Stephen Moyes may care to read their own paper’s review of the tired film The Dilemma:

New Vince Vaughn comedy is boring, unfunny, homophobic and far, far too long.

Or the paper’s comment on homophobic chants aimed at former England footballer Sol Campbell – the paper said Spurs fans who made up songs about Campbell being gay (he’s not) were “morons“.

Homophobic morons, eh. Can they write? Just wondering…

Photos: Loft965



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