Drunk Gascoigne taken to hospital after trashing Brit hotel with curry, puke and stubsBy ANI
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
LONDON - Former England footballer Paul Gascoigne was taken to hospital after drunkenly trashing a hotel room in Gateshead, UK.
Gascoigne’s new shame came two days after he spent a night in police custody last week on suspicion of possessing a class A substance.
According to the Sun, the 43-year-old was incoherent and there were fears that he had alcoholic poisoning after he booked into the Newcastle South Premier Inn.
“There was chicken curry smeared all over the TV and desk and up the walls. There was sick all over the floor and up the walls,” the tabloid quoted a source, as saying.
“There were cigarettes stubbed out on the sheets. There was a corner with ash everywhere. He couldn’t speak. He needs help,” he added.
Gazza was earlier warned that he faces being jailed after admitting charges of drunk driving at a short hearing at the Newcastle Magistrates’ Court District Judge Stephen Earl was told that Gascoigne had 142mg of alcohol in 100ml of breath when he was stopped in Jesmond, Newcastle, on October 8 at 2:45pm. The legal limit is 35mg. ANI)