La­dy­boy warn­ing over Eng­land fans’ base where RUGGER BUG­GERS!

Midweek Sport - - FRONT PAGE - By REX ROW­LANDS

HORNY rugby fans have been warned to take ex­tra care if they want some es­cort ac­tion in New Zealand – be­cause they’re based in the Kiwi la­dy­boy cap­i­tal.

And, ac­cord­ing to lo­cals, the post-op tran­nies aren’t al­ways hon­est about their se­cret sex changes.

Thou­sands of Home Na­tions rugby fans have de­scended on Queen­stown to get their fill of scrums, tack­les and ruck­ing.

The ad­ven­ture sports hotspot is fa­mous for be­ing New Zealand’s big­gest party desti­na­tion — and that in­cludes a lively red light scene.

But what Ir­ish, Scot­tish, English and Welsh sup­port­ers won’t know is that the town is also packed full of trans­sex­u­als.

Ex­perts say that as many as one in 10 of the town’s pros­ti­tutes are pre or post-op tran­nies.

Sex work­ers rights cam­paigner, Karen Martin­dale, said: “It’s one of those quirks of pop­u­la­tion. I guess it’s a cu­mu­la­tive thing, when a few set­tle it at­tracts more to set­tle. Most of the town’s 200,000 res­i­dents are ab­so­lutely fine with that. Ev­ery­body gets on well. But a sad fact of life is that many trans­sex­u­als end up in the sex in­dus­try.

“I know for a fact that not all of these women are hon­est when they have a client.

“If a drunk rugby fan finds out the pros­ti­tute they’ve just had sex with is a trans­sex­ual, things could get ugly.


“I do not want to see these women hurt, that’s why I’m warn­ing fans to be care­ful.”

But post-op sex worker Velma Di Manche has no plans to re­veal her se­cret.

She said: “In nor­mal times guys pay a premium to be with me and know what I am.

“But with thou­sands of fans in the town there’s no way

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