Ex Spurs Star Set For Deportation After Risqué Advert

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Ex Spurs midfielder Paulinho has been rocked by news that he could be deported from China after he appeared in a gambling advert alongside famous x-rated movie star Tsukasa Aio. This presents somewhat of a problem for the Brazilian as both gambling and pornography are illegal in China and this is unfortunately where he plies his trade having signed for Guangzhou Evergrande in 2015.

There had been high hopes for the Brazilian midfielder when he signed for Spurs in 2013 as a result of the money that came into the club for Gareth Bale.  Despite Spurs thinking that they’d sold Elvis Priestley and bought the Beatles with the cash, it soon transpired that they had indeed bought S Club 7 and Paulinho had about the same level of success on the pitch in North London as Hannah Spearitt did on screen after the break up of the band – don’t judge me, you know those names too!

Following a dismal two years at Tottenham the Brazilian jumped on the money train to China had has had a pretty successful two seasons at the club, last year the Brazilian manage 11 goals from midfield and this year he already has 3 from 9 matches. All this may fade in to absolutely nothing if the midfielder ends up getting kicked out of the country for effectively breaking two laws.

Paulinho himself made the own goal having first been seen promoting Asian betting company Letou, obviously unaware that the practice is illegal in China.

The ex-Spurs man then put the cherry on the illegal cake as he posed next to the Japanese porn star, with a huge smile on his face, something that even if the authorities do not push for deportation, he will need to explain to his catholic wife. I think I’d rather be deported than have that conversation.

As yet, the Chinese authorities have not yet prosecuted the Brazilian for the photographs which were taken at his home in China but if they do, the Premier League flop could be set for pastures new. Rumours are that he won’t be short of offers and Bayern Munich are reportedly interested in the midfielder, quite why is utterly beyond us.

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