Snooker legend Ronnie O’Sullivan FARTS during match against Matthew Stevens before cheekily blaming referee for breaking wind
Snooker legend Ronnie O’Sullivan somehow managed to silence an already silent Milton Keynes arena on Thursday.
The six-time world champion loudly broke wind during his Northern Ireland Open third-round victory over Matthew Stevens.
O’Sullivan trailed 2-1 in frames and 8-0 in points when he accidentally let off a fart before his attempt at a red.
Stevens and referee Ben Williams were unable to hold in their amusement before O’Sullivan cheekily suggested his opponent did it.
The 44-year-old then valiantly admitted to ‘dropping his guts’ in a typically honest confession.
“I dropped my guts – I am taking full ownership of that,” he said after winning the match.
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“I have had stomach problems for a couple of months.
“I did say ‘Was that you’ to the referee but I am proud of that one.
“As for the table – it is the heaters and the effect on the cloth. It is like taking clothes to the dry cleaners and they do them on too high a heat.”
Neal Foulds, the commentator for the clash, was also unable to stop himself laughing, saying: “That was a very unfortunate noise.”