JOHN TERRY’S DAD ‘HEAD-BUTTED ASIAN IN STREET’

Midweek Sport - - NEWS - By NEIL GOOD­WIN

BIG boobed for­mer Cor­rie babe Helen Flana­gan top­ples over as she leaves a posh restau­rant in Liver­pool. The top heavy babe was out with

pals at Gusto when she took a tum­ble on her high heels and fell on her bum.

Helen, 22, who played Rosie Web­ster in the Manch­ester-based soap then hid her head in her hands as she hopped in a cab with James ‘Arg’ Argent, 25, from TOWIE.

They are both work­ing as beauty ther­a­pists on the Chan­nel Five fly on the wall show, do­ing treat­ments like fa­cials, nail ex­ten­sions, Brazil­ian and back, sack and crack waxes.

Our snappa said: “Helen came out of the bar and couldn’t help but fall over in her high heels. But she put on a brave face and had a good laugh about it.

“She nearly showed off her own bikini wax as her skirt was so short, then jumped in a taxi and had to cover her face up as she was so mor­ti­fied!” THE fa­ther of Chelsea cap­tain John Terry head-butted an Asian man dur­ing a racist at­tack in the street, a court heard.

Ed­ward Terry, 59, al­legedly as­saulted Amarjit Talafair and shouted racist abuse in­clud­ing the words “f***ing Paki” and “black c***”.

Terry ap­peared at City of Lon­don Mag­is­trates Court to deny racially ag­gra­vated com­mon as­sault and caus­ing racially ag­gra­vated fear or provo­ca­tion of vi­o­lence near Fenchurch Street sta­tion in Lon­don’s Square Mile on the evening of 22 March this year.

The sec­ond charge states he used threat­en­ing, abu­sive or in­sult­ing words or be­hav­iour with in­tent to cause that per­son to be­lieve that im­me­di­ate un­law­ful vi­o­lence would be used against him.

Terry said he pleaded guilty to com­mon as­sault but de­nied that it was racially ag­gra­vated and elected to stand trial on Novem­ber 11.

Terry’s son John, the for­mer Eng­land cap­tain, was cleared of racially abus­ing Queens Park Rangers’ defender An­ton Fer­di­nand af­ter a trial last year. He was also ac­quit­ted of af­fray fol­low­ing a fight at a night­club in 2002.

Fight

Ed­ward Terry, of Grays, Es­sex, is on con­di­tional bail. Two other men, Tu­dor Musteata, 47, a Rus­sian, and Stephen Ni­land, 36, also face the racially ag­gra­vated pub­lic or­der of­fence.

Out­lin­ing the case, prose­cu­tor Ijaz Ma­lik said: “Ed­ward Terry, Stephen Ni­land and Tu­dor Musteata have met at the Wind­sor pub to cel­e­brate Stephen Ni­land’s birth­day.’

“At around 5 or 6pm Mr Talafair’s group went out­side the pub for a cig­a­rette. The three de­fen­dants ex­ited the pub and an ex­change took place.”

Terry, Musteata and Ni­land then fol­lowed Mr Talafair and his friends to­wards Fenchurch Street sta­tion, a court heard.

Mr Talafair claims he was head­but­ted by Mr Terry dur­ing a fight out­side the sta­tion.

Mr Ma­lik said: “Words were ex­changed and it is al­leged racist com­ments were made by Mr Terry and Mr Ni­land.

“It is said dur­ing this al­ter­ca­tion the wit­ness heard racial re­marks ‘black c***’, ‘black prick’, ‘milk­shake’, ‘I’m go­ing to do you, f***k off ’, shouted by both Mr Terry and Mr Ni­land.

“An­other recog­nised Mr Terry shout­ing ‘F***ing Paki, come here, come here’.”

Shouts

Other wit­nesses heard shouts of ‘F***ing Paki, f***ing Paki, f***ing prick’ and ‘I will smash this bot­tle over your head you black c***’ dur­ing the fight, it is claimed.

Mr Talafair re­ported the al­leged in­ci­dent and Terry, Ni­land and Musteata were ar­rested.

Tu­dor Musteata, of Green­wich, south-east Lon­don, and Stephen Ni­land, of Rom­ford, Es­sex, are also on un­con­di­tional bail, and will ap­pear again in court on Au­gust 6th when they have found lawyers.

AS­SAULT: But Ed­ward Terry de­nies race abuse

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