Partying Ben Foster tells fan he'll be 'disappointed' if lad doesn't bring a girl home
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Ben Foster hilariously left a fan a message, whilst out partying, telling the LAD to listen to his mum and cut his hair, but also told him to bring home a girl.
Foster retired from playing football at the end of last season, after his contract with Watford expired, following the club's relegation from the Premier League.
He was given the chance to go to Newcastle United but decided to hang up his gloves instead and he's been loving life ever since.
Foster is extremely popular on social media and one fan is going to be loving the former West Brom keeper even more after he sent a video.
The keeper, alongside the fan's mum, told him to get a haircut, with the mum saying the fan's current do was 'sh*t,' but Foster disagreed with her stance of not bringing any girls home, as you can see in the video below.
"Hi Seb, it's Ben Foster here," the 39-year-old says before panning to 'Seb's' mum on the camera and having a quick back and forth with her.
"Any way mate, your mum has been on at me all night long, seriously all night long. She isn't happy with your haircut, like he's fuming."
"Sh*t hair," Mrs Seb interrupts to say.
"I didn't want to say 'sh*t hair,' all I'm saying right, try a little bit just to listen to your mum, just listen to her. She knows what she's talking about."
Foster turns the camera back to the fan's mum and she says, "Hi Seb, don't bring any women home please." The former England international inquires to Seb's age, "19" she replies.
"Aw Seb, dig in," he says, completely disregarding the woman's request to her son, "19! If you don't bring anyone back, I'll be fuming mate. All yours geeze, all the best mate."
Foster's popularity on social media stemmed from him putting a GoPro camera in the back of the goal when playing for Watford in the Championship.
However, he previously revealed that he wasn't allowed to do in the Premier League, saying, "I got the idea to put the GoPro in the back of the goal," he told talkSPORT.
"It was Sky and the EFL that I had to clear it with and they were brilliant and let me carry on doing it.
"As soon as the season finished, I had to go on a Zoom call with the Premier League and all these other big dogs. Basically, it was 'Don't even dream of doing that in the Premier League'.
"We have to charge Amazon, BT, Sky Sports, all these guys, so much money to broadcast our content. There's no way you're doing it. We will sue you like you wouldn't believe."
Not everyone loved his videos whilst he was at Vicarage Road, with club chairman Scott Duxbury even calling him in for a meeting about them.
Duxbury claims he made Foster promise to stop doing the videos at one point, and the club had to fine him when he carried on making content.
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