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Mon 14 Mar, 2011
By Sam Bristowe

I discovered it hurt less if you tackled hard than if you tackled like a queen

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Well-spoken Hugh Grant has come under-fire after his comments made about gay men during the England rugby game yesterday.

The Notting Hill actor, 50, was invited to add his commentary during the BBC half-time chat at yesterdays Six Nations England V Scotland game.

During the interview he spoke about the times he used to play rugby at school, saying: "I discovered it hurt less if you tackled hard than if you tackled like a queen."

The comments made caused outrage and many people took to social networking sites to comment.

According to The Sun, one man Edward A. E. wrote on his Twitter account: "Nice bit of old-school homophobia from him that, wasn't it?"

The BBC spokesperson was quoted saying: "We apologise for any offence his comments may have caused."


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