British footballer sacked by his club after having sex with a fan during match

Jay was caught on film having sex with a female fan but has blamed his actions on alcohol and pleaded for forgiveness

 

A Britiish footballer, Jay Hart has been sacked by his club, Clitheroe FC for having sex with a female fan during a match.

The 24-year-old striker during a recent match which he was not playing was approached by a female fan  and after chatting for a couple of minutes, Hart took the lady to the manager dugout and started having sex with her.

The indecent act was caught on camera and the video has gone viral on the social meida.

“Jay Hart has been dismissed from the club. I can't have somebody wearing the Clitheroe FC tracksuit bringing us down. It has brought the club into disrepute and it's not proper for him to scupper our reputation. I expect our players to act professionally. We expect a certain level of behaviour and discipline. And that wasn’t it," Clitheroe said in a statement to the media.

Jay has however apologised to the club and girlfriend who accompanied him to the match before he sneaked out to have sex with a female fan and blamed alcohol for his indecent act.

"All I want say is that I regret doing what I did. I was drunk, I'd had more than a few drinks, and I want to say I'm sorry to my family and everyone involved at Clitheroe. I regret that I did it, not that I got caught. I've spoken and tried to sort things out with Bryony (his girlfriend)," he said.

“Everyone in the world knows about it, I just want to get my apology out there. I haven't seen the girl since, I don't have a clue who she is, don't have a clue.”

Mr Hart previously played for Colne FC and Padiham FC before joining Clitheroe, who currently sit 14th in the Evo-Stik League First Division North.

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