TWEETS: Wife Rebekah denies Jamie Vardy dog death rumour

New wife moves to quickly dismiss fake extract from forthcoming autobiography.

The Jamie Vardy dog death rumour has been denied by his wife after a fake extract from his autobiography circulated online
SAFE IN THE PRESENCE OF VARDY: Dogs (Image: Dan Bennett)

Jamie Vardy has a new book coming out, his long-awaited autobiography after Leicester City’s title-winning season:

I can finally share this with you all, the cover for my autobiography #VardyBook https://t.co/b0IAxODB0z pic.twitter.com/rGqvVqmrMD

— Jamie Vardy (@vardy7) August 2, 2016

Some people have been sharing this image on social media, that appears to show a short extract from the forthcoming publication, telling a sad but fabricated story about how a dog was fed beer and later died:

An interesting extract from Jamie Vardy's new book… pic.twitter.com/2dkPEM1Uo9

— 9GAG Football (@9GAGFootball) August 3, 2016

His new wife has been attempting to quickly quash the Jamie Vardy dog death rumours with a series of public denials on Twitter, stating it’s a fake:

Are people really that stupid to believe everything they read 😊🙈 no one killed a dog!

— Rebekah Vardy (@RebekahVardy) August 3, 2016

Don't fall for this crap! It's not true at all! In fact it's quite sickening https://t.co/UZJd31KV8g

— Rebekah Vardy (@RebekahVardy) August 3, 2016

Though is everyone convinced about the Vardy dog quote?

@RebekahVardy bark shit, get banged

— Cal (@callumharvey21) August 3, 2016