Footballer Ryan Giggs was really stupid to seek that Super-Injunction that not only didn't do the job of hushing up his bedding of a model and a sister-in-law, but put him firmly on the side of the devil as far as the tabloids, in fact the media in general, are concerned.
The Mr Clean of Football, with matching sponsorship deals, is finding the media unforgiving in its search to unearth every last piece of scandal about him. Even his sister-in-law risked her marriage to his brother, by joining the media frenzy. One wonders how much Natasha Giggs was paid to divulge to "a friend" her eight-year affair with him and, as it takes two to tango, what does it say about her?
Of course, Giggs brought it upon himself with behaviour that was reckless, but if down the road he had played for England and scored a winning goal then, let's face it, all would be forgiven and the media would label him "a hero" again. Alas, he decided to play for Wales, advice he must regret now, in the same way he must rue the day he agreed to seek the Super-Injunction!