West Ham United striker Andy Carroll was shocked to find a naked woman using an ice bath in the club's dressing room after he was sent off against Swansea last weekend.
Charlie Webster, who works as a Sky Sports News presenter, had just finished a 250-mile run for Woman's Aid charity and after being introduced to the Upton Park crowd at half-time, the club allowed her to use the facilities of the stadium.
Carroll, who appeared to still be in shock after his controversial dismissal, was in for another suprise when he walked into his team's dressing room only to find the presenter naked in the ice bath.
Knowing that the game wouldn't be finished for at least another half an hour, an exhausted Webster decided to strip off, forgetting that any player sent off or injured could come in to the dressing room. The 31-year-old presenter, has attracted a large male following for her looks and has even appeared on lads' magazine FHM.
The marathon was organised to help fight domestic violence against women and had taken Webster to over 40 football grounds before taking a well deserved rest in the dressing room. Carroll, showing a gentleman side to him, allowed Webster to continue using the ice bath while he used an ice bucket instead.
Carroll has since lost his appeal over the red card incident in the 2-0 win and will now miss three crucial matches for his club against Aston Villa, Norwich and Southampton.
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