Peaky Blinders’ Cillian Murphy caught short after boozy night out | The Sun

Peaky Blinders’ Cillian Murphy caught short after boozy night out | The Sun


PEAKY Blinders star Cillian Murphy was caught short on a boozy night out with a show writer in London's Soho.

The 46-year-old Irish actor had spent the evening sinking pints of Guinness before moving onto champagne at French House.

He and actor Steven Knight were catching up following the series finale last year.

The good pals downed drinks as they enjoyed an evening together ahead of a much-anticipated Peaky Blinders movie set to be released in 2024.

After parting ways around 8pm,  Cillian Murphy – also known as Tommy Shelby – met up with other pals to continue the night.

He stopped for fans to sign autographs amid his boozy night in the city.


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But his night took a very grim turn when he was seen peeing in a side street.

He'd forgotten to use the toilet before heading to the taxi rank and had to urgently relieve himself.

Putting up his hood to cover his face, Cillian walked down the road to try and find some privacy, but was pictured urinating against the wall.

The actor then called it a night as he headed home.

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Fans will be excited to see Cillian and Steven reunited as they count down to news of the movie.

It hasn't been entirely clear what the film will be about, but writer Steve says it will incorporate real-life stories from World War II that are tied to the titular group.

"I've had this in mind for quite a while now, a story with the Peakys during the Second World War and I've picked up three true stories that I'm integrating into the film," Knight confirmed.

"True, sort of secret and unknown stories about the Second World War, and I've involved the Peakys in there.

"I'm always interested because, with the Second World War, there was so much going on and so much death and destruction.

"Lots of things happened that didn't really make it into the history books. So it's those things I'm focusing on."

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