Glaswegian 60s pop icon and lifelong Partick Thistle fan, Lulu, was arrested and charged with affray and assault with a deadly weapon yesterday after she launched a frenzied sword and hatchet attack on a group of rival fans following the Jags 1-1 draw with fellow high-flyers, St Johnstone.
The 103-year-old singer spoke to Dafty News from outside her 2-bedroom home close to the Jags training ground at Maryhill Park: “I couldnae stand the disappointment o’ dropping 2 mair points to they bastarts. Ah’d had a swally or tae o’ the big boay’s ginger and ah suppose ah just lost ma heid.
“It was bad enough when we lost 5-nil tae the fuckin’ bhoys efter we’d hit the woodwork 27 times in injury time, but this yin was too hard tae stomach, so ah piled into some o’ they St Johnstone neds wi’ mah weapons so ah did.
“Aye and ah’d dae it agin the morrer if ah had the chance so ah wuid. If it wasnae fer the jailers I’d have given one or tae a wee holiday in yon infirmary ah’m thinkin'”
The singer appears in court on Monday morning where she will plead guilty to all charges and ask for 17 appalling hit records to be taken into consideration.