‘My bloody sons… all their presents are going back!’: Mortified Jeff Stelling laughs off family prank after a tweet of manhood wrapped in bacon next to a tray of pigs in blankets appeared on Soccer Saturday presenter’s account
- Sky Sports presenter Jeff Stelling has laughed off a tweet showing off manhood
- Stelling appeared to post the picture next to a tray of pigs in blankets on Twitter
- The Soccer Saturday host followed up by blaming his sons for his post
Sky Sports presenter Jeff Stelling has laughed off a tweet posted on his account showing manhood wrapped in bacon next to a tray of pigs in blankets.
The Soccer Saturday host shocked fans when he appeared to post the picture on Twitter on Christmas Eve.
The 67-year-old posted the image with the caption of: ‘Love cooking Xmas dinner, I always do it in the buff!’
Sky Sports presenter Jeff Stelling has laughed off a tweet from his sons Robbie and Matt
Stelling’s Twitter posted a picture showing manhood wrapped in bacon next to pigs in blankets
It didn’t take long for the Hartlepool United fan to reply to his own tweet blaming his sons Robbie and Matt for his previous post just 16 minutes earlier in the evening.
He replied: ‘My bloody sons. All their presents going back ! All Robbie will get is a Darlo shirt and Matt a ticket to a Palace game. FFS!!’
Most assumed Stelling’s original tweet would have been taken down, but it remains online at present.
Fans have flooded to social media to also laugh about Stelling’s bizarre tweet about making Christmas dinner.
One fan posted: ‘Unbelievable Jeff.
A second tweeted: ‘Jeff is definitely out with mates and left his phone unlocked.
A third said: ‘Someone’s got his phone.’
Another chimed in, by saying: ‘Come on Chris Kamara. This is your chance now mate. Say it again……..
While one posted: ‘Merry Christmas to you and your family Jeff your the best.
Many others joined in with the simple post of ‘Unbelievable Jeff’ in response to both of Stelling’s tweets.
Stelling plans to stay on at Soccer Saturday until the end of the 2022/23 season before quitting the show.
He previously hinted that last season would be his last after 30 years, but it was revealed towards the end of last campaign that he would remain the show’s host for the current one.
‘Sky Sports is my home, and the Soccer Saturday team are a big part of my life,’ Stelling said.
‘As the end of the season approached, and I was preparing to say goodbye, I realised that I was not ready to blow the final whistle and leave the best job in the world.
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