Watch in horror and bemusement as a hapless Sky Sports News presenter appears to announce that QPR striker Charlie Austin has “no ligaments in his right dick”, before quickly correcting himself to more accurately reflect comments made by West Ham co-owner David Sullivan.
Speaking to Irons-flavoured podcast KUMB, Sullivan claimed that he was reluctant to sanction a £15m move for Austin because he’d heard he has no ligaments in his right knee.
The porn baron then went on to question Austin’s ability, saying:
Firstly, we haven’t got £15m to spend under the fair play rules. Secondly, he failed a medical at Hull a couple of years ago. They say he has no ligaments in his knee, who knows? To sign a player for £15m is a big risk. He could go on for years but knowing our luck his knee will go in his first game and that’s the end of it.
And he didn’t keep Queens Park Rangers up. If he’d kept them up single-handedly you might say it was different – and a few of those goals were penalties. When we played Queens Park Rangers last year they had to win to stand any chance of staying up and he wasn’t very good.
However, one Sky Sports News presenter appears to know rather more. Check out this clip of him saying that Charlie Austin has no ligaments in his right dick:
Austin has since hit back at Sullivan for his “outrageous slur”.