England and Tottenham Hotspur forward Dele Alli has been criticised by football fans after he was filmed raging at hotel staff who turn down to upgrade him to a £3,000 per night penthouse suite.
The Three Lions games maybe finally showing signs of improvement on the pitch, but it seems all isn’t impeccable off the pitch after Dele Alli was recorded trading words with a receptionist in the foyer of the May Fair Hotel in central London.
Intent on celebrating their UEFA Nations League win over Croatia at Wembley Stadium, the match were obviously seen attempting to negotiate an upgrade at 5 am on Monday morning.
The short clip is believed to have been recorded in the early hours of Monday morning, with Alli heard saying: ” “Fourteen grand. Think I’ll put up with any of this sh*t? What are you going to do for me? I’m just . . . but I’ve got a room here tonight.”
As indicated by ‘Dailymail’: “They wanted to move to the penthouse suite and bring lots of people back but were only permitted two people in a room.
“Staff were extremely shocked they were drunk and somewhat angry.”
Notwithstanding, it is hard to make out the discussion over the narration from the man recording the scene.
The member from the public who recorded the film asserted it occurred at a 5-star inn in Mayfair, central London, at ‘5 o’clock toward the beginning of the day’ and claimed that the two footballers were ‘p***** as anything‘.
The man filming says: ‘Ross Barkley and Dele Alli, acting like a pair of c**** in here. Embarrassing. Look at them, p***** as anything. Dele Alli telling everyone he spent 14 grand in here. …Embarrassment, these are England players. Absolute disgrace.’
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