John Terry’s dad beaten up by Tottenham fans

Spurs mob give Ted Terry a shoeing at train station


John Terry‘s drug dealing pa Ted Terry was attacked by a gang of Tottenham Hotspur fans on Saturday, after being spotted at a train station as the group returned from a 4-2 defeat at Bolton.

According to The Sun, 56-year-old Terry suffered a ‘serious head wound’ after being thrown into a metal pole by one of the men, who had a Spurs scarf wrapped around his hand.

The unemployed forklift truck driver, charged with dealing cocaine earlier this year after trying to supply to undercover reporters, was rushed to hospital following the attack at Upminster station and is now recovering at home.

Police investigations are being hampered by the fact Terry has refused to give a statement about the incident.

3 responses so far
  • John Swaine // November 12, 2010 at 3:47 pm

    Prats. Don’t deserve to wear the scarf.

    How can they call themselves Spurs fans after this exact sort of violence caused Nicholson to walk out on football?


  • R Herci // November 12, 2010 at 10:09 pm

    Its hard to feel sorry for a drug dealer

  • hahaha // November 12, 2010 at 11:34 pm

    He should have shown them the werewolf teeth, they’d have run a mile. He should have been locked up a long time ago for spawning such a genetically malovolent git of a son- who, quite frankly, wasn’t busy earning £140k a week (yet is too selfish to let dad retire in comfort) would be lucky to get a job putting the jam in donoughts, as someone else so beatifully put it.

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