PARTY girl Laura Simpson called Wayne Rooney “Shrek” on Twitter and said he was hung like an ogre.
She also claimed the Everton striker had “tekkers” – slang for technique – after they were caught together in her VW Beetle.
After early denials Laura, 29, claimed she and Rooney had “kissed and cuddled” following his arrest for drink-driving at 2am on September 1.
And in a late-night Twitter exchange with a fan of Rooney’s former club Manchester United, she has now appeared to suggest their liaison could have gone to extra time had police not swooped.
Wayne Rooney’s party girl Laura Simpson holidays yet again on Spanish beach, dressed in a skimpy black swimsuit flaunting her peachy posterior and robust cleavage.
When the fan asked Laura why she got to grips with Rooney, she replied: “Shrek has got tekkers.’’
The fan then wrote: “Was he hung like a hamster or an ogre?’’
Laura replied: “Like an ogre.’’
She later deleted the tweets and apologised, saying they were posted by a pal who got hold of her unlocked phone.
Rooney admitting drink-driving, and was banned for two years and fined £320,000 by his club.
Rooney wife Coleen is currently on holiday in Mallorca.
Meanwhile Everton’s record of eight points from nine games was the third-worst in their Premier League history. Only in 2005-06 (11) and 1994-95 (15) have they had a worse record in the same period.
They had the same record through nine games in 1997-98, when they finished 17th, avoiding relegation on goal difference, and in 1995-96, when they achieved a sixth-place finish.
Koeman’s reign lasted 47 Premier League games. Only Howard Kendall (38) and Mike Walker (31) experienced shorter stays in charge.
Only David Moyes has a better winning percentage (41) and points-per-game record (1.50) in the Premier League as Everton manager than Koeman (40 percent and 1.47 points per game).
However, Roberto Martinez is the Everton Premier League manager with the best record through the first 47 games. Martinez amassed 84 points (1.79 per game) with a winning percentage of 51 compared to 69 points for Koeman.
Koeman’s record at Everton was significantly worse than in his time at Southampton. With the Saints, Koeman collected 1.62 points per game in the Premier League with a win percentage of 47.4.