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Big Brother Winner attacked at Manchester Nightclub

Published on April 4th 2006.


Big Brother 2005 champ Anthony Hutton, famed for his 70s style dancing and his relentless fraternising with the ‘laydeez’, was beaten up recently at Manchester’s Baby Grand nightclub.

The Geordie lad, who won £50,000 on the Big Brother reality television show, was attacked by a gentleman accusing him of ‘looking at his bird’ (i.e. girlfriend, not actual bird), and was taken to Manchester Royal Infirmary with cuts and bruises at around 4:15am. Police say they had arrested a man on suspicion of assault and since been released on bail.

Anthony’s Big Brother highlights included a ‘did they, didn’t they?’ aquatic romp with Zimbabwe-born Makosi Masambasi and an interesting ‘will they, won’t they?’ relationship with homosexual hairdresser Craig Coates. Since leaving the house, Anthony has taken the (perhaps predictable) route of appearing in pantomime Beauty and the Beast at Darlington’s Civic Theatre, taking the role of The Jester.

On the role, Anthony said: “I always used to be the class clown at school, so I'm going to have a right crack playing Ant the Jester! It will be mint performing in front of my home crowd, I'm really looking forward to it.” Whether Ant’s ‘crack’ was the basis of his recent drunken boxing bout remains uncertain.

A more feasible reason could be Anthony’s self confessed love of breasts (particularly false ones) and his obsession with earning ‘man-points’; a game which sees men competing in laddish events, for example; ‘pulling a bird’ or drinking an obscene amount of alcohol, something which Anthony did during his Big Brother days, resulting in vomiting.

Baby Grand, the location of Anthony’s ruckus and one of Manchester’s most select nightclubs, underwent something of an overhaul in late 2005, closing down for a month and remerging with a new look and a fresh blend of R ‘n’ B and funk, taking a leaf out of Studio 54’s illustrious musical book.

Anthony, who was previously banned from London's Kingly Club after being involved in another drunken brawl, released his own 70s disco workout DVD in Christmas 2005, ingeniously labelled: ‘Anthony’s 70s Disco Workout’.

Stephen Fairbanks
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