Adult star fears for horny England fans in Qatar – urging them to avoid ‘filth’

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    A legendary porn star crowned International MILF of the Year 12 times fears for the safety of randy England fans travelling to Qatar – advising them to leave sex toys at home.

    Gareth Southgate's men kicked off the controversial tournament with a 6-2 thumping of Iran yesterday.

    But Tanya Tate labelled it the ‘No Fun Cup’ because match goers are unlikely to get down and dirty in a country with repressive attitudes towards sex.

    READ MORE: Glamorous England WAGs don their World Cup kits in the stands for opening game vs Iran

    And the racy model, who believes the smut on her phone would cause unrest in Doha, offered some sensible advice for footy fans who may be feeling horny in the heat.

    She told the Daily Star: “Qatar is a bizarre location for the World Cup. The World Cup is supposed to bring people together to support their teams but I'm afraid for the fans going there.

    “It makes me nervous to think, when England score and the lads jump up and down, hugging each other in joy, will this result in arrests being made? Qatar is not safe for the LGBT community. Same-sex marriage is outlawed and homosexuality can be punished by death. It doesn't sound like a place to bring people together.

    “But that's not all. Under no circumstance should you attempt to bring sex toys or X-rated material, including home movies or naked selfies. For some, this may not be an issue. However, I know what I usually take on trips and my iPhone alone would get me in loads of trouble. My personal collection is far too hot for Qatar.”

    The 43-year-old mum, who is now based in LA, added: “Keep all your filth at home, keep your hands to yourself and stay sober at the No Fun Cup. I also strongly warn those traveling to Qatar to avoid packing alcohol or drugs in their suitcases.”

    But the Liverpool fan, a former office worker who turned to adult work in 2008, is optimistic the Three Lions will win the competition for the first time since 1966.

    And if England don’t go all the way, she believes Argentina led by Lionel Messi are the second most dangerous threat.

    Tanya is also hopeful fellow scouser Trent Alexander-Arnold will have a World Cup to remember, despite being an unused sub in the opening game.

    “I am happy they included Trent in the squad,” she said. “In light of the criticism the lad has been getting, this will do him the world of good mentally. Which, of course, is only great news for him and Liverpool.”

    As for her own upbringing in Merseyside, a young Tanya relied on free school meals and milk tokens, before becoming a world superstar in her own right.

    In a recent interview with this publication, she said: “When it got to winter I remember wearing two hand-me-down coats because my mum didn’t have any money and the milkman would come with the milk tokens.

    “It was hard growing up when your family didn’t have a lot of money. We were fed but we didn’t have any other luxuries. My mum had me when she was really young and growing up I thought about how difficult it was.

    "I was the oldest and she ended up having three kids and I saw how difficult it was being a mum and working to provide and being there for the children too. I didn't want to be a young mum who didn't have money. I know it’s not an easy life because I’ve seen it first hand.”

    England are back in action on Friday against the United States before seeing out Group B with a clash against Wales the following Tuesday.

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