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Morrison responds to Ritz incident

Reading defender Sean Morrison has responded to claims about his urinating incident outside the Ritz two days ago, denying the location and time of the reported incident.

The Sun reported that the 21-year old was waving his 'tackle' about in public and started urinating randomly outside of the Ritz Hotel in London. It was also said that Sean was kicked out of a nearby club and was fined 80 by local police for the incident. However, Morrison took to Twitter to deny these allegations.

The 6'4 defender tweeted: 'Jst to clear this up. I wasn't 'waggling my willy' about lst night. Was almost 2 weeks ago and it wasn't at the ritz. Was in an alley way, worlds busiest police man jst wanted to take in the big man for a **** offence! Apologise to the pretend people who didn't see me pee against the ritz. Which defo was not the case lol.'

Reading Football Club are yet to comment on the matter.

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Writer: Josh  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday September 10 2012

Time: 12:00PM

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What a strange article..
Footie_Pundit
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11/09/2012 14:47:00

That's what happens during the international break. Nothing to write about, so just write about rubbish!
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12/09/2012 00:12:00

 

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