Not a Proper Illness
Terry went on to say that ‘I couldn’t care less what this disease thinks it is. In my book, a proper illness is something that stops me going to the pub on a Friday night after a week of throwing poles around and flexing my muscles in the direction of anybody who vaguely glances in my direction’.
Lee describes himself as a diehard football hooligan and has challenged Coronavirus to ‘a meet, to sort this out for once and for all’.
Having a Pop
When a reporter mentioned that Terry was actually arguing with an illness rather than a person, the response was ‘Yeah. You having a pop are you? I’ll sort you out quicker than a sneeze in the face from a commuter wearing an ill-fitting mask’.
Terry then wandered off asking passers-by if they ‘wanted some’? Before having to clarify that he wasn’t talking about antibacterial hand wipes or toilet rolls.