Jeff Stelling hits out 'scumbags' in furious X-rated social media post
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Jeff Stelling has hit out at 'scumbags' who vandalised his car whilst he was at an event in Chesterfield.
Stelling hosted an event at Chesterfield's Winding Wheel Theatre on Sunday.
The former Gillette Soccer Saturday presenter was giving a talk at 'An Evening with Jeff Stelling', hosted by Bianca Westwood.
Upon returning to his car, the 68-year-old discovered major damage to the door of his vehicle, which left him furious.
On X, he posted a picture of the damage done to his car, accompanied with the caption: "Thanks Chesterfield. Anyone who knows the scumbags who did this to my car while I was trying to entertain people please let me know. What the f**k has happened to people."
Thanks Chesterfield. Anyone who knows the scumbags who did this to my car while I was trying to entertain people please let me know. What the fuck has happened to people pic.twitter.com/y3gtwtagda— Jeff Stelling (@JeffStelling) February 11, 2024
Asked if he had reported the incident to Derbyshire police, Stelling replied: "Reported but still waiting for them to show up. Sunday nights must be really busy in Chesterfield."
He also claimed there is CCTV footage capturing the vandals who damaged his car.
The event included a live interview from Stelling, who was also involved in a meet and greet and a memorabilia auction.
Tickets ranged from £32.70 to £59.20.
It was billed as an evening in which Stelling would be 'hosted and roasted' by Westwood, who worked with the legendary presenter during his time at Sky Sports.
Stelling left Sky Sports after nearly 30 years with the company as he fronted Gillette Soccer Saturday.
On why he left, he revealed: "I had the most fantastic run on the show. I made the greatest mates and was paid well for one of the best jobs in the world. But the show was heading in a direction which meant it wasn’t quite the same.
"Even though I’d been there a long time, I felt some of my views weren’t considered at all. Every week I was fighting a battle. I got tired of fighting and it was making me ill.
"Eventually, I went to Sky’s management and said: 'This is making me unwell. I’ve got to step away from it'."