Briefly he talked of losing his mum, Princess Diana, but without special pleading or self-pity. It was refreshingly free of psychobabble. The simple message it left was that, when you fall into that abyss, you need your friends, your family and others who remind you why you are loved. … [Read more...] about PLATELL’S PEOPLE: How could Dominic Cummings undermine his own boss so selfishly?
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Nicholas gets chippy – Arsenal, 1986 Historically, footballers have a long and destructive relationship with deep-fried fatty foods - although this is something "Champagne" Charlie Nicholas seems to have taken a bit too literally. Nicholas was on holiday in Ibiza in 1986 when he attempted to steal a chip from a fellow tourist outside a bar. "We're not impressed so go off and pester someone else," said the 28-year-old Lori McElroy. Nicholas responded with a slap to McElroy's face, and ended up in court in Westminster, to be found guilty of assault and ordered to pay £1,200 in damages. Nicholas insists to this day he wasn't the man who struck McElroy, but even so it's not the only time chips have got him in trouble. Thinking his Sky Sports microphone was off while on a punditry gig for a Celtic match in 2007, the presenter Jim White mocked Celtic fans for singing traditional songs about "the tattie famine", to which Nicholas responded: "Aye, and they're all eating chips … [Read more...] about Gluttony – part four