Following the appointment of former porn star Eve Vorley to the West Ham United board, the club have announced their remaining fixtures this season will be broadcast on Babestation during lockdown.
The 55-year-old star of timeless porn classics such as ‘Lesbian Nurses’ and ‘Naked Neighbours’ was named as a director yesterday by her 71-year-old 5ft billionaire lover David Sullivan.
Vorley’s first act as director was to negotiate a new multi-million-pound TV deal granting adult chat programme ‘Babestation’ rights to screen West Ham games.
For those who’ve never scrolled through the TV channels while pissed at 1am, Babestation allows viewers to communicate live with scantily clad female presenters while they writhe around the studio floor. Or so I’m told.
Discussing the new deal with Paddy Power News, Vorley told us:
‘Fans will enjoy our fully interactive matchday experience on Babestation’.
West Ham have appointed Eve Vorley, a former porn star and director of X-rated films such as 'Lesbian Student Nurses' and 'Horny Housewives on the Job', to their board. (Source: Daily Mail) pic.twitter.com/1QRg3Zj6rP
— Transfer News Live (@DeadlineDayLive) January 12, 2021
‘Instead of watching games live, supporters can call one of our lovely girls via the premium-rate telephone number and they will relay the action as it unfolds’.
‘It’s a bit like Final Score but sexier than Mark Lawrenson’.
When asked if the West Ham players had any objections to appearing on an adult TV channel, the ‘Horny Housewives’ director remarked:
‘The lads are well accustomed to getting a good spanking in front of millions of TV viewers’.
Meanwhile, the news was met with a mixed response by West Ham supporter’s groups.
A Hammers United spokesman told us:
‘That’ll save us the hassle of flicking between channels during ad breaks when we’re watching the late-night highlights’.
However, a spokesperson for WHUISA raged:
‘This is the most embarrassing thing to happen to West Ham since Alan Pardew’.
‘Our fans won’t take it lying down’.
In other news, Paddy Power have received a flurry of bets on West Ham staying up this season.
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