Northampton Saints players apologise for 'glass smashing incident' at local pub -

05 Agos 2015 - 19:38:38
Northampton Saints players possess issued an apology into a pub right after claims a amount of these smashed glasses, intimidated female staff along with urinated in the garden.

The club stated the particular incident has been "blown out of proportion" however added it didn't condone some of the players' actions.

On Sunday, specifics of the actual alleged incident had been posted around the Facebook web page for the Princess Alexandra pub throughout Northampton.

"What great weather we had this weekend," it said. "Nice to get stood a visit from your lads in the Northampton Saints Rugby Team upon Friday.

"Thanks for breaking eyeglasses with regard to fun, stealing from the kitchen, urinating within the garden, intimidating your female staff, as well as coming behind the bar to end up being able to argue these people should be allowed to stay since involving who these people are and the cash they spend.

"Cheers lads."

Local residents have offered conflicting versions involving events, with the few backing the gamers among others backing the actual complainants.

Northampton Saints said: "Members of the squad are already to the pub and apologised for practically any offence they caused by their behaviour.

"The club doesn't condone virtually any behaviour similar for you to this from all, nevertheless until we've investigated it we merely cannot remark any kind of further."

Venue: The Actual Northampton pub in question may be the Princess Alexandra

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