Plot twist: Coleen Rooney might not be the ingenious detective we all thought
No matter what other news has been reported since Wednesday lunchtime, the only story on most people’s minds has been the Coleen Rooney-Rebekah Vardy drama, which saw Mrs Rooney accuse Mrs Vardy of selling Rooney secrets to The Sun. This is how she came to that conclusion.
Of course, there was a denial …
But the internet was far too fascinated by Coleen’s cunning ruse to unveil the leak to worry about whether she might be right, and a whole raft of jokes like these battered Twitter for hours.
Have to say, I did not expect to emerge from court to discover that the person clearly most equipped to expose my identity is Coleen Rooney.
— The Secret Barrister (@BarristerSecret) October 9, 2019
Can we get Coleen Rooney to find the “source” in No 10?
— Krishnan Guru-Murthy (@krishgm) October 9, 2019
But if the film rights are up for grabs, it looks like M. Night Shyamalan is a shoo-in, because this plot twist shows that somebody else was behind the ingenious plan.
Make a false story tell ppl different things see which 1 comes out = find the culprit
— detective dave (@dbuzz89) January 27, 2019
Indeed, @dbuzz89 is clearly the real WAGatha Christie, although the name obviously doesn’t work nearly as well for him, sadly.
He swiftly achieved near-legendary status.
Introducing Dave, the man who inadvertently kicked off the greatest Twitter beef of 2019 https://t.co/Y9JWDKjqgp
— Conor Pope (@Conorpope) October 9, 2019
Dave we owe you our collective happiness on this here day https://t.co/ivfLcZWdhX
— hbd miranda x (@jackremmington) October 9, 2019
Put this tweet in a museum https://t.co/mr4kUd7PYB
— Vance Munson (@GT_____) October 9, 2019
To ensure he received proper credit, Dave made a few adjustments to his Twitter account.
We don’t blame him one bit. Now, let’s get him onto tracking down the 10 Downing Street “source”.
Source: Twitter Image: Twitter, screengrab