Ex-Wales winger David Cotterill quickly deleted a bonkers tweet that labelled late Queen Elizabeth II as a "Lizard Queen" and linked a number of dates up.
The ex-Birmingham City and Swansea City forward took to Instagram after the announcement that the Queen had been placed under medical supervision before her death yesterday with a bizarre story about how both the Queen's potential death and Prince Philip's death both land on days that equal 666, with the now podcast host being extremely vocal about his theories.
The story said: "Let's see… Tomorrow! Prince Phillip died 9/4/2021 aged 99 = 666
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"17 months after is 9/9/2022 = 666 Queen dies? 9/9/2022 = 666
"King James IV of Scotland died 9th September and the Dead Lizard Queen is still in Scotland
"Check this out. Prince Philip was buried on the 17/4/2021 Exactly 17 months after that…. Is the 17th September (9) 2022
"1+7+9+2+2+2 = 23. 23 = pain."
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People took to Twitter to share their thoughts on Cotterill's post, with the 35-year-old known for his unpopular opinions and views. @AllEnglandFlags said: "I don’t mind the odd conspiracy theory to keep me entertained but David Cotterill has lost the plot."
Elsewhere, another former professional footballer and talkSPORT pundit took to social media to share a controversial view, as Trevor Sinclair tweeted: "Racism was outlawed in England in the 60's & its been allowed to thrive so why should black & brown mourn!!"
talkSPORT released their own Twitter statement at 10:30pm on Thursday evening, which said: "We have been trying to make contact with Trevor Sinclair following opinions expressed on his Twitter account. talkSPORT does not support those views expressed and is investigating the matter."
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