Lance Armstrong, the first man ever to be stripped of seven Tour de France titles, is in New Zealand this week to promote his new book “So You’re Thinking About Cheating”.
But before he gets to work, Armstrong, while high on testosterone on Sunday morning, invited anyone in Auckland to join him for a bike ride along Tamaki Drive at 8:30am tomorrow morning.
When asked if he had considered the chaos he will cause to Tuesday’s rush hour traffic, he told Thai Castle, “Pain is temporary, quitting lasts forever”.
But it’s New Zealand’s very own former-First-Son, Max Key, who has posted on Snapchat to ridicule Armstrong.
The snapchat shows Key wearing very little clothing, completely hairless, and an horrendous fake tan, straddling the back of a chair, while the caption reads “Lance, bro, Real Men Ride Women”.
“Dad’s not in charge of me anymore, and my reign has ended, so I’m reduced to recycling my material” Key said in a statement he private messaged to Thai Castle in the hopes we would write about him and get him back in the news.