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In some breaking news out of the Central Coast, it can be officially confirmed that the Usain Bolt Experiment is over.
It has been previously reported that the world beater is leaving after his contract negotiations fell through with the Central Coast Mariners A-League team.
However, The Betoota Advocate can exclusively real this afternoon that the Jamaican sprint sensation has already left the coast, fleeing after a violent altercation at a local licensed venue.
At the time of press, the sporting icon was speeding down the freeway to the state’s capital of Sydney, after a scrap at the notoriously violent Sunken Monkey on the state’s Gold Coast.
Reports have emerged from the Sunken Monkey that Usain was down having a punt when he drew the attention of some local motorcycle gang members having a beer.
After a few jabs about his inability to crack the first grade in the countries shittest quality mainstream code, a scrap apparently broke out with Bolt dusting one of the bikies before legging it out of the venue.
Speaking to us over the phone moments ago Bolt told us that he won’t be showing his face up the coast again.
“Farrrrrk mon [sic], I think he was a Sergeant At Arms,” Bolt said.
“I’m not going back up the Coast for the pissy amount of coin they offered me and risking getting my head kick in,” he said.
Bolt then told us he had to fuel up and hung up.