Three England fans have breached hotel security and have had photos taken of them with manager Roy Hodgson and some of the England players, according to the Daily Mail.
All they had to do was tell the security that they needed the toilet. Andy Richardson, Alex Hill and Josh Pearce gained entry into the Royal Tulip hotel by telling security that they needed the toilet. Once inside they posed for selfies with Roy Hodgson, Steven Gerrard, Joe Hart, Jack Wilshere and Frank Lampard to name a few.
The "guests" even ordered six beers and a club sandwich, which could be a brave move after the hotel was scrutinised for allegedly serving out of date food. As the three left they continued the footballers lifestyle as they were greeted by Brazilians who wanted photos and autographs of them as they mistook them for players.
Speaking to the Mail the trio said: "We thought ‘f**k it’ we are going in.
"There were 20 armed police and I hopped towards them saying I needed the toilet.
"They fell for the trick and suddenly we were in. Roy Hodgson was there so we started off getting a photo with him.
"Within the next three or four hours we got pictures with most the squad. We ended up having six beers and a club sandwich as we did it.
"We walked out the hotel and the Brazilian kids started shouting and running.They must have thought I was famous. Suddenly I had them wanting me too sign and have photos with them. What a day.”
One of the trio, Alex Hill, has questioned how serious the security are if they were able to talk their way in. He said. "How seriously the authorities are taking security when three lads on a jolly from England can meet the players by blagging the guards."
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