Drunk Arsenal ace with ‘gifted’ penis had 30 pebbles ‘stuffed’ in it by teammate

A well-endowed Arsenal player had 'about 30 pebbles' stuffed inside his member by a team-mate after passing out drunk.

Colin Pates, said to be "gifted" in the manhood department, had apparently fallen asleep on a sofa in the lobby of the Meon Valley Country Club, near Southampton, after a boozy session in the early 1990s.

And his Gunners team-mate Jimmy Carter seized the opportunity for a practical joke.

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David Hillier, who was also part of the squad, told the Undr The Cosh podcast: In the reception at this time, Colin Pates has fallen asleep on a chaise longue.

"This is our last night at the Meon Valley Country Club, and obviously they loved having us there.

"I don’t know how it’s happened, but in the morning Colin Pates wakes up on this chair – and Colin Pates had quite a…he was quite gifted in the old…department, right.

"But he had a lot of skin on the top of it, so Jimmy Carter decided he’d fill it.

"You know those little balls you get that they put around artificial plants? Like little f***ing marbles. He put about 30 of them in Patesy’s foreskin. So Patesy wakes up with this big heavy weight.

"And he’s laying in reception, everybody coming in the hotel has seen him. His old man’s out, it’s full of these things in the end of it that Jimmy’s stuffed in it."

According to Hillier, the jaunt to Hampshire had been eventful from the off, with a fight on the coach between Michael Thomas and Paul Dickov.

Tony Adams and Paul Merson had drunkenly burst into a stranger's room after mistaking it for theirs.

And in another incident Merson apparently sprayed a woman with a fire extinguisher after she poured ice cold water all over him, but lost his footing, injuring himself in the process. But Hillier said the club's co-owner and vice chairman took care of everything.

He added: "David Dein came in and just swept up the mess. That was football at the time. On the Monday morning, no one heard nothing.

Hillier played close to 150 games for Arsenal between 1988 and 1996. He later played for Portsmouth, Bristol City, Bristol Rovers and Barnet before becoming a fireman.

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