Dirk Kuyt's Car

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  1. Scholesy18

    Scholesy18 Well-Known Member

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    From the Mirror: :lol:

    A police horse sat on football ace Dirk Kuyt‘s car last night and smashed his wing mirror. The Liverpool star saw his motor damaged after parking near Anfield before his club’s 3-1 win over Napoli.

    “A source said: The mounted officer had been helping patrol a group of Italian fans when the horse suddenly took a few steps back and ended up damaging Dirk Kuyt’s car. The police officer was very apologetic.

    “Injured Dutchman Kuyt, 30, was commentating on the Europa League clash for Channel 5 and later told viewers: “A police horse just sat on my car”.
     
  2. SDLRob

    SDLRob Does Not Like Nani

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    i'd like to read the insurance claim for this LOL
     
  3. Cantona's Collar

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    Pics or it didn't happen ...
     
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    Ha ha ha ha!
     
  6. Cantona's Collar

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    The mounted officer had been helping patrol a group of Italian fans when the horse suddenly took a few steps back and ended up damaging Dirk Kuyt’s car.

    The pic doesn't support this. It looks as if the horse was galloping forward full speed and hit the car head on. And the horse doesn't look too good.
     

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