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Ashley Cole’s A Bit Strapped For Cash

January 29, 2010

He must be if his Barrister asked on his behalf to be given three weeks to pay a £1,000 speeding fine. Are you having a laugh, geez? If you’re struggling to find £1,000 out of a £100,000 a week footballer’s salary, then the rest of us are stuffed. For going 104mph in a 50mph zone you got a four-month ban and a fine. Anyone else would’ve lost their licence and got slapped with a bigger fine. As is the custom for those who are famous (Pete Docherty, anyone?), you got off lightly, mate.

Now man up and pay up.

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2 comments

  1. If things are anything like they are on my side of the pond, the barrister gets paid first too. Priorities. You’ve got to have them.


    • I believe lawyers and barristers will get paid first, whichever side of the pond you reside. We’re clearly in the wrong jobs.



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