The UK police has arrested a Nigerian International identified as Issac Success for allegedly assaulting four s*x workers in a Hertfordshire hotel.
According to reports, Success whose only on-pitch action this season was as a half-time substitute in the Watford’s Carabao Cup defeat to Bristol City, paid the s*x workers £2000 for a night at a hotel.
The Watford striker, however, failed to score with any of the women.
One of the s*x workers, Escort Alexis Domerge, in The Sun’s report on Sunday said that Success, who was Watford’s record signing until the £18.5m capture of Andre Gray this summer, angrily asked for his money back afterwards.
The 21-year-old was then said to have been arrested in the hotel lobby after police were called following an allegation of assault.
Domerge claimed the footballer, who earns £30,000 a week, accused them of ripping him off and asked for his money to be returned.
“It was terrifying. He had paid four of us £500 each to party with him and we all got unclad as soon as the money came through on our phone bank accounts.
“He was drinking Baileys straight from the bottle. He must have chugged at least two. I pulled off his shorts and got down to it with three other girls doing everything you could imagine.
“But he was getting frustrated. What do you expect if you drink two bottles of Baileys liqueur straight from the bottle?”
A second s*x worker, Michaela Carter, said after ninety minutes they eventually told him that they “couldn’t give him extra time”.
She added, “He had a nice body and all four of us massaged him for a full hour and a half — as long as a football match.
“He had been boasting to us all night about how much he earned and how much fun we were going to have.
“But it’s fair to say that Mr Success did not live up to his name during our night together.
“He seemed really keen on Baileys — swigging the stuff out of the bottle. It made me cringe because it’s so sickly sweet.
“He seemed a bit shy and awkward, probably because he’s only 21. After a bit of a chat, Alexis took charge and said it was time to get down to business.”