May 20, 2008 10:57

Pete Doherty tries to wee in Millwall's trophy - Tabloid Hell

Babyshambles singer takes football rivalry to new levels

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Pete Doherty was thrown out of Millwall FC's New Den ground this weekend (May 16) for trying to wee in one of the club's trophies.

The singer was playing football with Babyshambles in the celebrity Soccer Six tournament when the event occurred.

Let into the chairman's office, Doherty, a die hard Queens Park Rangers supporter, apparently decided to leave London rivals Millwall a "surprise".

According to The Sun, a security guard thought Doherty was attempting to steal the trophy so intervened and discovered the singer's activities.

According to the paper's source, "he is a huge QPR fan and thought it would be a laugh to leave a little surprise".

Babyshambles - who played in hit resembling QPR's blue and white hoops - lost 3-1 to Faithless in the final of the tournament.

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