Geordie Shore's Scotty T Opens Up About Getting Into Trouble With The Police As A Young Lad: "I Was A Little Terror!" – EXCLUSIVE
Oi Oi! You little radgie...
Areeeet! Ya knah Scotty T's a reet radige on Geordie Shore but he was proper norty as a kid too. Yikes!
Speaking to MTV in an EXCLUSIVE interview, the Geordie lad, 28, revealed all about growing up on the Toon...
"I wasn’t the type to just sit in the house and play Playstation or Xboxs," he admitted before adding: "Every single night I was out with my friends, knocking around the streets and all that."
In the latest series of Geordie Shore, we've seen Scotty T and his #geordiefamily getting pua mortal in some mint Ibiza bars. But this lethal lad's lucky not to be behind actual bars...
"We used to go save up and buy like a tin of ravioli just to throw over someone’s car when they were driving past just to get a chase off them. I was just like a little terror – but it was mint."
A "sauce" told us (well... Scotty T said): "We used to get chases off the police because we thought it was funny."
Once a radgie, always a radgie!
And what did mama T make of her son's akka antics? He confessed: "I could get away with murder. Like she would let us do whatever I want." #LAD
Police chases and pasta attacks aside, growing up was "canny-lonely" for the young Scotty T.
Opening up his emosh side, he revealed that his dad was rarely around during his childhood. "My dad used to work away on the rigs so he'd be away, like three months and back for like a month." *sadface*
But don't start crying for this canny kid just yet because when his dad came home, life was proper belta.
"He used to spoil us rotten. Like at Christmas time I remember like normal kids would get like ten or twelve presents under the tree I used to have about fifty. I’m not even joking, they used to fill the living room, like with presents. It was ridiculous."
After appearing on Ex On The Beach and winning Celebrity Big Brother, Scotty T is a proper famous TV celeb these days.
So how are things with his family now?
"I’m looking after my mam, I’m buying her things, you know what I mean like I’m happy I’m able to go out with my mam and grandma and pay for a meal for them whenever I want whereas it used to be them taking me out for food."
Why Aye! The kid's done us proud. Let's just hope he's eating the raviloi now and not throwing it at cars. HOWAY!
Don't miss all the mortal antics as Geordie Shore: The Party Tour continues, Tuesdays at 10pm - only on MTV!