Kenney Padi, a Ghanaian referee has revealed that his manhood has not erected since officiating in the Super Clash game between Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak in the Ghana Premier League Week 24 institution.
Referee Kenney Padi awarded a suspicious penalty to Asante Kotoko which enabled the league leaders to beat their bitter rivals by a narrow goal at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium.
The penalty decision generated a lot of discussion and his performance also questioned on the day.
Hearts of Oak reported Kenney Padi to the Ghana Football Association over his performance.
The referee in an interview on Wenchi- grounded Ewiase FM has revealed that he has been hunted by the decision to award the penalty and his manhood has not erected in bed since.
“I have not had erection since the day I awarded the penalty against Hearts of Oak.
“Sometimes I get strange and horrific nightmares, I can’t sleep,” he lamented.
Now, the Ghana Football Association Match Review Panel has suspended Kenny Padi for the rest of the season after he was found guilty of erring in the penalty decision in the league game between Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko.
Padi was reported by Hearts of Oak for his part in their 1-0 loss to bitter rivals Kotoko in the Ghana Premier League.
Padi gave Kotoko a penalty in the first half, which Franck Mbella Etouga converted to secure the Porcupine Soldiers’ palm.
The Phobians claimed it was a dubious call, and they’ve been proven right by the Match Review who ruled that Padi won’t officiate any match for the rest of the season.