Russell Brand had his stag do on the weekend watching West Ham in the afternoon and ending up in Stringfellows Angels lap Dancing clubs, escorted by the proprietor himself, Peter Stringfellow who described the do as the “most sober stag party in the history of his clubs”.
After all the speculation and rumour of what he would be doing on his stag do, the news finally broke of what Russell Brand did get up to:
He started the most talked about stag night in years at Upton Park watching West Ham beat Tottenham Hotspur 1-0. He was pictured in a private box with David Walliams, Noel Gallagher and David Baddiel watching and cheering on his beloved Hammers.
He then moved the stag do on to the York and Albany gastro pub in Regents Park were they stayed for several hours chatting, eating and drinking.
The party then continued to Stringfellows joined by Jonathan Ross, Carl Barrat (from the Libertines) and Peter Stringfellow who told Russell Brand “do what you like”.
They were then picked up by a mini coach at 1:45am and taken to their North London hotel to end the night.
He tweeted later “Wes Ham beat Spurs and Stringfellow just told me ‘do what you like’ truly I am the Duke of Essex.”