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