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Russian millionaires start ‘bottle war’ at London club, racking up $200,000 bar tabs

The NFL announced Tuesday it will stage another regular season game in the British capital in 2014. The Jacksonville Jaguars, Atlanta Falcons and Oakland Raiders will each host a home game at Wembley Stadium next season. A regular season game was first played in London in 2007 but, for the first time this season, two games were scheduled on the opposite side of the Atlantic. The NFL’s global strategy Luck: NFL is ready for gay players The Minnesota Vikings played to a sell-out crowd in September as they finally ended their season drought with victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Read: Europeans learn to love American football The Jackonsonville Jaguars face the San Francisco 49ers on 27 October. Both NFL games at Wembley Stadium sold out within hours. “Our fans in the UK have continued to demonstrate that they love football and want more,” NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said. “Both of this year’s games in London sold out quickly. The fan enthusiasm for our sport continues to grow. “By playing two games in the UK this year, we are creating more fans. We hope that with three games in London next year we will attract even more people to our game.” The sport is hungry to increase its global profile and the appetite for American football in London suggests the feeling is mutual.

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The Russian multi-millionaires, identified only as men in their 30s, started an all-out bottle war shortly after arriving at the club Kitsch in central London shortly after midnight, the Evening Standard reported. RELATED: CLUBGOERS TRIED TO GET ON STAGE BEFORE SOHO SHOOTING “It was one of the most bizarre nights I’ve ever seen,” one witness told the newspaper. “These two guys were competing with each other to buy more and more champagne. Each time one would buy five bottles the other would order six, then seven, then eight.” One bill included 64 bottles of Dom Perignon, 25 bottles of Cristal Brut, 16 bottles of Ace of Spades champagne, 12 bottles of Dom Perignon Rose, 20 cans of the energy drink Red Bulland morefor a tab totaling more than 64,200 British pounds, or around $102,500. Caters News The Russian clubgoers’ receipts.The ‘winner’ threw down for 30 magnum-sized bottles of Cristal Brut champagne. His rival took a slight edge by throwing down for 30 magnum-sized bottles of Cristal Brut champagne, totaling more than $65,000 alone. His credit card took a hit of more than 66,700 British Pounds, or around $106,500. The lucky servers who took care of the pair pocketed more than $14,000 in tips each. RELATED: JUSTIN BIEBER ATTACKED BY CLUBGOER IN TORONTO “I’ve seen stuff like this once before in St. Tropez where there’s a bottle war, but not in London,” the clubber told the Evening Standard. Both tables were mobbed by beauties getting sauced on free booze, and at the end of the night, several cracked champagne bottles remained unfinished, the witness said.