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'Hardman' Vinnie Jones lashes out at everything English post LA relocation

London, Sept 3 : Ex-soccer player and Hollywood hardman Vinnie Jones has said that England is no longer the country he grew up in, criticizing its weather and slamming it for having too many immigrants.


According to the Mirror, Jones expressed that England was past its sell-by date for him and there was nothing to go back to, adding that it was a European country now.

He added that the weather in England was depressing and he was very happy with the sunshine in his present home in Los Angeles, where he played golf six days a week.

A Race and diversity consultant said that the former player needed to be very careful with his choice of words, adding that the comments may be racist or xenophobic.

The rant comes days after Jamie Oliver said his restaurants could not do without immigrants and slammed British kids as 'wet behind the ears,' the report said.

--ANI (Posted on 03-09-2013)

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