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"It's just pathetic that they wouldn't let a child have his name on an Easter egg for fear of upsetting Wayne Rooney. I can't imagine Wayne Rooney would care less."
-- Jo-anne Scholes, who was unable to purchase an Easter Egg with the name of her son, Rooney Scholes, written on it because the the store feared copyright infringement. Jo-ann, who coincidentally shares a last name with Man United legend Paul Scholes, named her son Rooney and has cats named Cantona and Berbatov. (Manchester Evening News)