A Welsh vicar has caused outrage after describing Munster fans as guzzling slobs. Supporters of the Heineken European Champions are fuming after Reverend Keith Kimber whose church is in Cardiff City Centre accused them of filling his churchyard with rubbish following last months Heineken Cup Final. Rev. Kimber, pastor of St. John The Baptist Church made the scathing comments on his blog, accusing Munster fans of abusing Welsh hospitality. “Several Irish fans joined us for the main service, giving thanks no doubt, for Munster’s victory in yesterdays Heineken Cup. The tower porch was piled with rubbish thrown over the fence by clients of neighbouring pubs and fast food joints but thankfully due to the nave being out of use, I entered through the south porch, and didn’t have to wade through or clear the mess before going to the altar of God,” he said.
“It meant I was certainly less angry or despairing than I usually am after big match days, but avoidance isn’t exactly a state of grace.”
He added that he would do all he could to “make sure that those dumped upon do not have to suffer for the sins of the guzzling slobs who make the cash tills of food and drink industry bleep with frenzy.”
“I am prepared to voice my strong disapproval of self-indulgent and abusive behaviour. It’s degenerate behaviour and I see no excuse for it. My message to rugby fans who come to Cardiff would be ‘please use the rubbish bins.’ We have greatly over consumed and it has made us into poorly mannered people. It’s unacceptable and uncivilized.”
What a disgrace, imagine dumping rubbish in a church; how low they have stooped in their quest to jump on the bandwagon.
Diarmuid O'Sullivan,his brother and friends were there - They would have been better off practicing the hurling rather than rubbishing churchyards in Wales with half-eaten kebabs and empty beer cans.......