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Absolutely ‘vile’ joke at end of Paddy McGuinness football DVD ’scars people for life’

Anish Vij

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Absolutely ‘vile’ joke at end of Paddy McGuinness football DVD ’scars people for life’

An old Paddy McGuinness DVD has raised some eyebrows after one of its 'vile' jokes made its way onto social media. Take a look for yourself:

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Footage of 2007's Paddy McGuinness - All Star Balls Ups has resurfaced on Twitter and people can't get over one joke he makes at the end of the film.

The aim of the DVD was to show viewers 'how footballers are overpaid, oversexed and over rated'.

By doing just that, Paddy gets together a group of former footballers such as, Chris Kamara, Alan McInally, and Paul Merson.

Footage of 2007's Paddy McGuinness - All Star Balls Ups has resurfaced on Twitter and people can't get over one joke he makes at the end of the film. Credit: Spirit
Footage of 2007's Paddy McGuinness - All Star Balls Ups has resurfaced on Twitter and people can't get over one joke he makes at the end of the film. Credit: Spirit

The final scene sees the trio hunched over in the kitchen of a mansion believed to have been owned by McGuinness.

As the three stand over the sink, they begin to polish/toss off small trophies, whilst making very sexual and rather awkward sound effects.

The camera then pans towards Merson, who implies that he's actually playing with himself, rather than the trophies.

"For the love of Christ, what are you doing," shouts McGuiness as he walks in on the trio.

"Just polishing your trophies sir," replies Kamara.

"What about him," McGuiness asks as he points at Merson.

"Best not to say," McInally says.

Merson's joke, pretending to jerk himself off, didn't really go down well on socials.

The camera then pans towards Merson, who implies that he's actually playing with himself, rather than the trophies. Credit: Spirit
The camera then pans towards Merson, who implies that he's actually playing with himself, rather than the trophies. Credit: Spirit

One person commented: "The absolutely vile ‘joke’ at the end of this advert for Paddy McGuinness’ football DVD, Paddy McGuinness All Star Balls-Ups, has been stuck in my head since the day I seen it. Proper scarred for life stuff."

Another added: "Merson really acts it too which makes it both better and worse."

However, not everyone was so offended by the film, with one user saying: "Laughed, cried, was enthralled. 10/10."

Someone else said: "I’ve been laughing for five minutes straight think I might die send help."

Someone else reveals: "Memory unlocked; I deffo had that DVD. The football gaffe dvd era was unmatched."

Paddy McGuinness has been slammed by sections of social media for a 'vile' joke made in an old football DVD. Credit: Spirit
Paddy McGuinness has been slammed by sections of social media for a 'vile' joke made in an old football DVD. Credit: Spirit

Well, if what you've heard is your cup of tea, you can get the DVD for just 25p on Amazon.

The DVD description reads: "Paddy, McGuinness, the everyman working class hero, shows you how footballers are overpaid, oversexed and over rated in his latest DVD - All Star Balls-ups.

"With the help of a host of his famous football buddies Paddy comments shows us clips of the funniest, humiliating and most outrageous balls-ups in football to date."

Featured Image Credit: Spirit

Topics: Paddy McGuinness, TV and Film, Football, Sport

Anish Vij
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