Callum Mawson, 17, repudiates these allegations he purposely laid a turd as his crew were overpowered 1-3 by Reading, even though he admits the Black Cats weren’t the only ones who got battered on Saturday.
Asked about the build-up to the incident, he claimed to have dined precisely two chocolates from his advent docket on the morning of the competitor, before going ahead and drinking 12 bottles of beer and six pints of fruit cider- quite the sesh for any thriving LAD.
The Sunderland season ticket holder claims that he was likely so drunk he thought he was on the toilet.
He said:” I am apologetic for it, I am sorry. I didn’t defecate on the seat, that’s the God’s honest truth. I can’t recall any of it.
” I got to the field, sat in my fanny and the next occasion I remember was I was being in the holding cell in the stadium.
” I didn’t find out about the whole happen until half 11 at night when your best friend told me. It was all over Facebook. Gary Lineker had placed it on his Twitter.
” It’s embarrassing, I’m ashamed. I didn’t even know what I was doing.
“‘ A cub who sat next to me put one over Twitter saying it didn’t happen. He said,’ I can confirm he didn’t have a shit in his fanny ‘. He said,’ I can I can confirm he had a piss’.
” I’d rather it be that then having a shit on the seat. But I’d rather it be nothing at all.
” I repute I must have been so drunk I believed I was on the bathroom. That’s the only happening I can think of. I wouldn’t have done it for no reason.
” I don’t know what was going through my brain when I did it, I certainly don’t.
” There’s been people messaging me giving me abhor. I don’t want people to think I don’t care. I am ashamed of it.
” “Were not receiving” excuse for what I have done, I regret my activities, but there is no need for such unkind explains. I understand why it’s had so much attention but I don’t realize the lies .”
The portraits first surfaced on Twitter over the weekend, and hurriedly ran viral.
Callum later invested eight hours in police custody after he was arrested for being drink at the game. He now panics for his place as a business admin apprentice and worries he could even be banned from the stadium.
A dark moment for football fans in the North-East – arguably even worse than that time a Newcastle fan punched a horse, although at least he looks to have turned a corner.
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