Leicester Sex Scandal: Players Film Sexual Acts, Use Racial Slangs
James Pearson (L), Tom Hopper (C) and Adam Smith (R.

A trio of young players have been sent back home to England in shame from their post-season tour to Thailand.

The players, James Pearson, son of manager Nigel, Tom Hopper and Adam Smith filmed each other carrying out acts with three Thai girls.

The trio are facing calls to be sacked after they were filmed having sex with three Thai sex workers and using racist abuse.

They have since returned back to the UK, and were ushered through a side exit at Heathrow Airport to avoid the media.

The incident took place during Leicester city’s tour of thailand to promote goodwill in the club owner’s home country.

Thai fans and one of their most famous players have slammed the Leicester orgy video footballers, saying they have ‘insulted all Thais’.

In a tour to La Manga in 2000, Leicester stars, including Robbie Savage and Stan Collymore, had their scheduled four-day trip cut to just one, when they were told to pack their bags after a night on the booze.

Fans said defender Pearson, Hopper and goalkeeper Adam Smith, had brought shame on both the club and Leicester.

A petition has been set up by a “Leicester citizen” calling for the men to be dismissed.

The petitioner said: “I feel ashamed to have watched the actions of these three individuals and want to make it clear that we as a city do not tolerate this sort of behaviour and would prefer it if the club terminates their contracts. As we are a city with ethnic diversity, these three players do not deserve to represent our city, as this is not what our city stands for.”

“Shame on those involved they have no place in our club.” he added.