Former Lincoln City coach Curtis Woodhouse meets Twitter troll and wins an apology on ITV Daybreak
Former Lincoln City coach Curtis Woodhouse came face to face with his Twitter tormentor today and won an apology live on Lorraine Kelly's ITV Daybreak.
The footballer turned boxer was enraged this week when James O'Brien called him a disgrace for losing his English light welterweight title.
Following further abuse, Woodhouse then offered £1,000 to his Twitter followers for the address of the troll before turning up on his street.
The story went national with Woodhouse winning support for his actions from football star Joey Barton and boxer Lennox Lewis.
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After national media attention, the boxer finally met O'Brien on ITV Daybreak this morning.
O'Brien said: "I'm sorry. I won't do it again."
Woodhouse accepted his apology.