“I Respect The Religion & Culture” States Henderson As Screaming Wife Is Arrested For ‘Dressing Immodestly’


INTEGRITY BY the bucket load. In his first interview since moving to Saudi Arabia Jordan Henderson defended his previous advocacy and support of the LGBTQ community and told The Athletic he was all about respecting the religion and culture of a country.

Interrupting the interview, a soon-to-be-out-of-a-job PR advisor to Henderson told the former Liverpool skipper his wife had fallen foul of Saudi laws and customs and had been adjudged to have dressed ‘immodestly’ while in a public space.

“Look at the end of the day, I’m only one person, what difference can I make to a situation? I don’t try to change the law in any country, rules are rules,” Henderson said down the phone to his wife, who had perhaps made an error in using him for her one phonecall from jail.

Henderson went on to tell The Athletic that once he felt unloved at Liverpool he had no choice but to go to Saudi side El-Ettifaq, who we are informed are the only other football club in the world aside from the Merseyside outfit.

“I strongly believe me playing in Saudi Arabia is a good thing, babe” added Henderson to his sobbing wife, who was overreacting about human rights abuses concerns it has to be said. “It could be worse in fairness you could have been sentenced to death for sending some Tweets like that retired Saudi teacher”.

UPDATE: In some positive news for Henderson someone has put the England player in touch with a PR company who will strongly advise him to close his mouth and just enjoy staring at his bank balance.