A Watford Football Club online messageboard has become the scene of a domestic row that has reached international proportions.
The row started with a post on the messageboard from 'Bimbo83' claiming that her ex-boyfriend Brian Tindle, a regular contributor to the board, gave her hepatitis after cheating on a holiday to Greece.
Although it is unclear whether the argument is legitimate or a hoax, hundreds of messages have flooded in from as far afield as Dallas, Sydney and Barcelona, as well as from Watford fans and supporters of other British clubs.
Bimbo83 originally said: "I would like to tell you lot about Brian the Watford fan. I have been going out with him for three years and he has been cheating on me and I found out last week that he has given me hepatitis after his holiday in Greece. I know he spends a lot of time on here. Some of you will know him."
Brian's reply said: "Have you ever thought that it might have been you I caught hepatitis from - not the other way around?"
Other messageboard contributors are backing Bimbo, with some offering to beat up Brian at half-time. But their offer of support has come with a rider: "Not binding if you're a minger. Or have orange hair".
Members of other clubs are now believed to be preparing chants about the argument ready for fixtures against Watford.
One of the site's contributors said: "I hope it's true and not a scam. I would feel violated if it was a fabrication. I'm really looking forward to the Watford game now, but I'm reluctant to bring the kids as I don't want to field 'awkward' questions on the way home when they hear the chants."
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