First there was the Verstappen Chop, now there’s the Roscoe Snip. No, this isn’t some kind of new racing move that the FIA have clamped down on, but rather Lewis Hamilton has had his dog Roscoe neutered.
But instead of making Roscoe childless for life, Hamilton has chosen to play his ‘eccentric Englishman’ card and have some of his sperm frozen so that Roscoe’s pedigree bulldog genes can live on in future generations.
Apparently ‘complications’ were the reason for removing Roscoe’s manhood. We wonder how many of those ‘complications’ are running around as we speak?
Roscoe in great spirits. Due to some complications, we had to have him snipped. However, since he's the best looking bulldog I decided to freeze his sperm so that in time to come I could have his pups. He is the best pedigree. Both mum and father were champion show dogs so it's great his gene will live on. #bestdogintheworld
Come on Lewis, giving him a ball after the procedure he’s just had – rub it in why don’t you!