The man you see above, hands at 1 and 8, eyes rolled back in coital bliss, is Jay Hart of English semi-pro soccer team Clitheroe. Formerly of Clitheroe, more accurately, since he was cut from the team after video of him and the fan you see above bumping uglies in the opposing team’s dugout after a match went public.


Update: now we’ve got the full video:

The match in question was a 4-1 Clitheroe loss away to Mossley. Naturally, Mossley had advertised the game as “ladies day” in appreciation of their female fans.

While the two were going at at, someone nearby surreptitiously began recording the encounter. Afterward, the video was shared online and caught the attention of Hart’s club, which swiftly made the decision to get rid of the player. From the Mirror:


Striker Jay Hart can be heard laughing on the mobile phone footage as he was caught still in his club T-shirt with his tracksuit bottoms around his legs.


The face of the fan cannot be seen. Within hours of the footage being circulated to team-mates and fans Hart was sacked by the club, who play in Evo-Stik Division 1 North.

Club chairwoman Anne Barker, said that Hart had brought the club into disrepute. She said “Any players, while wearing a Clitheroe tracksuit, represents the club .

“We expect a certain level of behaviour and discipline. And that wasn’t it.”

Hart, of Accrington, Lancs, said: “I’m full of regret. I’d had a couple of drinks. I was away from everyone and thought I was hidden.”

The video appears to have been scrubbed from the internet. All we could find of it is this image on Twitter:

The story isn’t all fun and fucking, though. Hart’s girlfriend and the mother of his two children responded thusly to whoever made the recording and released it online:



She wrote [on the club’s Facebook page]: “Have a bit of decency for the people it’s affected. Thank god my kids are too young to read.

“It’s disgusting. I bet their families are far from perfect.”

Maybe Hart never made it in the game at a professional level because of his decision-making on the pitch.


[ Mirror]