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'Bigmouth' Austin Healey upsets the Welsh ... again
ESPN Staff
July 3, 2013
Austin Healey bet "everyone in Wales £1" that England would triumph in the Six Nations and Wales Online took him up on the prediction ... but he failed to pay up so the website claims © Scrum.com
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It's safe to say that outspoken pundit Austin Healey, until recently employed by ESPN among others, is not the most welcome man in Wales after upsetting many ahead of the Six Nations when he bet "everyone in Wales £1" that England would triumph.

WalesOnline encouraged readers to take him up on the challenge, 2731 did so but when after England's thumping at the Millennium Stadium he was called on to hand over the £2731 "he STILL weaseled out of the bet and ran away on a skiing holiday".

Now ahead of the Lions decider, Healey is again laying on the charm. On his Twitter account he posted ""If anyone is welsh is in Australia (sic) in the NSW region, has their own boots (not vital) and fancies a game give Warren a call on 07967******".

Warming to the theme, he followed up with: "News.. Aled Jones leaves Daybreak to replace Corbisero in Lions Team.. Catherine Jenkins (sic) considered to replace Parling if she wears heels".

WalesOnline allowed his comments to speak for themselves, although they did conclude that "with Austin Healey usually being wrong when it comes to rugby matters, we can almost guarantee that the British and Irish Lions will bring the series home (to Wales) this weekend".

And they finished off with a link to the Smith's Bigmouth Strikes Again. What could they mean?

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