Jack Grealish woke up in a Manchester Travelodge this morning to find Mike Tyson’s tiger in his bathroom, Paddy Power News can exclusively reveal.
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The 26-year-old made the startling discovery after a night spent celebrating Manchester City’s Premier League title triumph with teammates.
RSPCA officers were called to the hotel when guests heard a loud roar followed by a series of effeminate screams.
Earlier that day, onlookers saw Grealish making the most of the Citizens’ title triumph with his team-mates as their open-top bus parade made its way through Manchester city centre.
After being separated from the rest of the party later in the night, Grealish claims to have met the acquaintance of a hairy, rotund man by the name of ‘Alan’.
CCTV footage then shows the £100m star staggering into a takeaway with a man fitting Alan’s description then pointing at a slowly rotating chunk of compacted meat.
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Sounding like the love child of Sean Dyche and Marge Simpson, a worse-for-wear Grealish told Paddy Power News: “I asked the bus driver to stop at a shop but when I came back outside he’d driven off.
“I’d decided to walk it back to the Etihad when I bumped into this short bearded fella wearing a brown leather satchel’.
“We got chatting about his man-bag when he offered me something to drink and that’s the last thing I remember.”
The next thing Grealish recalls is waking up in his Travelodge suite and discovering the Bengal tiger in his bathroom.
“It’s the most frightening thing to happen to me since Aston Villa accepted a bid from United’, revealed the winger.
“Then Iron Mike showed up and started punching Alan for stealing his tiger.
“To be fair to Alan, he took Tyson’s shots better than Frank Bruno.”
In other news, a recent poll shows 99.7% of Premier League fans would rather play like Almiron than feel like Jack Grealish this morning.
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