Paddy Doherty’s home ‘broken into’ by boxer who leaves ‘get you Saturday’ threat

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    Paddy Doherty's home has been "broken into" by a bare-knuckle boxer calling him out for a death-defying dare.

    Tony O'Donnell arrived at the Big Fat Gypsy Wedding star's home to challenge him to take on a scary stunt this weekend.

    The pair have been involved in a long-running "rivalry" and risk life and limb trying and outdo each other.

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    But when Tony posted footage of himself entering Paddy's home on his Only Tony Offical TikTok page, Paddy responded by telling him: "You're up sh*t creek."

    Dressed in his own merch, Tony can be seen arriving at Paddy's door.

    He knocks and when noone answers, he removes his shoes and then enters with another man.

    Finding no one around, Tony says to the camera: "As usual, you went running, you went running.

    "Yeah, well you won't be able to run or hide Saturday."

    But in a video response from Paddy, the 64-year-old reality TV star says: "You and Mark coming to my chalet…my woman was in the washroom in the back…you forget my place is video'd inside and out so I heard all the craic.

    "I accept your challenge…you're a stalker."

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    The duelling duo have squared up many times before and have taken on several challenges to raise money for charities and local causes which have been documented on the Gypsy Traveller League (GTL) website.

    This time, they are braving the brutal quarry karts at Zip World, North Wales, racing down a 3km slate track at high speeds, both vowing not to use the brakes.

    It's all in aid of little Joseph McDonagh whose family are desperately trying to raise £1m for life-saving surgery in the US.

    The eight-month-old from Tunbridge Wells was born with a rare defect which means the valve between his heart and lungs is not fully developed and blood can’t flow between his organs.

    His parents, Precious and Joseph have been told by NHS doctors that their baby's odds of survival are low but hope pioneering treatment in America will give him a chance of life.

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    So far, over £90,000 has been raised with Tony and Paddy doing their best to help raise more.

    Speaking exclusively to the Daily Star, Tony said "Me and Paddy, we do a lot. We don't give into each other. He'll send me a challenge, if it's a mountain climb, a zip wire or a sky dive, whatever it may be and we'll go for it.

    "In the meantime, we'll pick a charity or a cause that we want to raise money for and that's what we'll do.

    "It's a rivalry that's been going on for a long time – we've got a good bit of banter."

    About Saturday's challenge, Tony said: "It's gonna be death or glory because I'm not going to be putting my foot on the brake – I won't let him beat me.

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    "There's no way I'm letting this man get to the bottom before me.

    "There's a big trophy that one of us is going to take home after all these challenges and the way I look at it, I'm the one that's taking it home

    "Let Paddy know from me, think O'Donnell, think positive and he's only got a few days to get his little ar*e ready."

    But responding, Paddy told the Daily Star: "He's a pain in the ar*e, that's what he is.

    "Tony's done Ben Nevis and Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa) with me and he nearly got blown over, he's so light – he's a featherweight and I had to save him twice from getting blown over the mountain.

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    "Tony's coming along acting Jack The Lad and now I've got to make him suffer over that.

    "If I ever get to see Tony going through pain, I love it – I need to put him through severe pain.

    "I hope he falls about 100 times and does himself damage and then when he wakes up the next day, he'll think of me

    "I'm looking forward like a child wants a sweet."

    Paddy added: "Tony's all mouth… and I wouldn't mind but he's a fragile little fella so when he gets a bad fall, his leg's gonna break, I'm a heavy old fella, but he's like cotton wool so he'll break easy – he's only about 5 stone.

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    "When we did the zip line, his a*se was like a wacker plate.

    "He hasn't got a clue what he's let himself in for.

    I'm going to have the last laugh, and it'll be the biggest laugh in the world, that's how confident I am.

    "He's a duck, he's a quack quack.

    "It's a bit of fun and it's to raise as much money as we can for this little boy, Joseph, that's all I'm doing it for."

    To make a donation to Joseph's fundraiser, click here.

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