England Amputee’s ‘third leg’ tweet to women’s football ace has fans in stitches

An England Amputee player's bawdy tweet towards a women's football star has fans chuckling on social media.

Rio Woolf, who has been training with the England development squad, replied to a post by the Peterborough United women's team during their clash against Long Buckby Ladies in the Northamptonshire County Cup on Sunday (November 19). In a game they ultimately won 10-0, they only opened the scoring in the 44th minute through Tara Mae Kirk.

The 20-year-old has had her fair share of attention on social media after joining the club last summer from Leicester where she spent 12 years.

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Kirk struck from close range to give her team the lead as Woolf quickly went to the comments section to respond to the post celebrating her goal as the teenager stunningly wrote: "My second leg may not work but my third one does".

The naughty tweet had fans chuckling with vigour as one X user wrote: "dad tell me again about Rio Woolf's one legged rizz" while another said: "This is hilarious". A third fan called the player a "hero" in their comment that read: "glad the hero Rio has finally reached the realms of everyone outside of Watford twitter Although perhaps this wasn’t the way I would have seen it happening".

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While many saw the funny side of Woolf's joke, there were a few that weren't amused by his words with one disapproving user saying: "No-one laughed" while second called his comment: "outrageous".

Alongside her footballing career, Kirk opened up about life during a recent appearance on the Real Life Curriculum podcast as she talked about her career and why football has been a "hobby" for her. "Events management is what I always wanted to go in to. Football has always been a hobby for because of the money," she said.

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"Maybe not so much now because of the guys that have pushed through to make it a job if they really want to, but I've always known I wanted to go into events management."

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