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Did Liverpool’s Luis Suarez make Manchester United fan beat up his lover?

by | 3rd, March 2012

LIVERPOOL’S Luis Suarez causes men to beat up women? When Liverpool FC striker Luis Suarez refused to shake hands with Manchester United’s Patrice Evra, over in Eccles a row broke out. In Manchester magistrates court, United fan Graham Trelfa claimed he was so angry at Suarez he tossed the TV remote in his partner’s face. He then said something about “foreigners refusing to shake hands”, grabbed his lover by the throat and stormed off. She called the police.

Judge Taaffe then spoke:

“The actions of Mr Suarez were at best ill-considered and at worst the actions of a petulant individual who behaved like a spoilt child and brought contempt on both his club and the many professional footballers who conduct themselves properly week-in, week-out. It’s undoubtedly the case that the actions of a so-called role model can affect the behaviour of many and the need to act responsibly both on and off the field as they hold privileged position and are idolised by many.”

So. He gets off? Is the defence that Suarez makes you bet up women ample?

No.

Trelfa pleaded guilty common assault. He is handed a 12-month community order and told to pay £85 in costs yesterday

Outside cout, Trelfa said:

 “I would like to apologise for what happened and I’m relieved with the judge’s decision. I saw the snub and it just made me angry. It annoyed me so much.”

His Great British sense of fair play was badly disturbed…



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