Anorak News | Snooker player served with writ during match

Snooker player served with writ during match

by | 26th, February 2009

SNOOKER star Mark Selby was handed legal papers in the middle of his Welsh open match against Anthony Hamilton.

Selby’s former manager, George Bamby, served the writ live on BBC, demanding almost £14,000. Bamby claims that letters he mailed Selby  were ignored and he was advised by a lawyer to serve the papers at his place of work.

Bamby said: “So that’s what I did – it just happened his place of work was a snooker tournament being watched by millions of people on television. He has 18 days to pay up.”

Watch the incident after the break (ho ho)…

He’s been framed (groan).

Posted: 26th, February 2009 | In: Sports Comment (1) | TrackBack | Permalink