‘Fifty Shades of Grey Faces’ at cinema stench

'Sometimes I wonder if there's something wrong with me. Perhaps I've spent too long in the company of my literary romantic heroes, and consequently my ideals and expectations are far too high. But maybe I shouldn't have vomited quite so spectacularly.'

'Sometimes I wonder if there's something wrong with me. Perhaps I've spent too long in the company of my literary romantic heroes, and consequently my ideals and expectations are far too high. But maybe I shouldn't have vomited quite so spectacularly.'

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The packed debut showing of Fifty Shades Of Grey at Cineworld turned into a Fifty Shades Of Gag disaster, the Citizen can reveal.

The entire audience had to be evacuated after one woman, believed to be drunk, vomited copiously during the film.

“She lost control of 
everything, including all bodily 
fluids. The whole cinema stank,” said one disgruntled cinema-goer.

“We all expected to see Christian Grey gag 
Anastasia as part of the plot.

“We certainly didn’t 
expect to be gagging ourselves because of the stench.”

While the faces of the 
audience went grey with 
nausea, staff rushed in to 
remove the woman.

Another source added: “I’m not sure of her age but she so drunk she couldn’t move. She practically had to be 
carried out. And the mess she left behind was just 
disgusting.

“There was no way they could clean it up there and then – it would be a specialist job, so the film was stopped and everybody had to leave.”

It is believed people were offered a refund to see the popular film at another time.

“It was so disappointing. We’d really been looking forward to seeing it after reading the books,” said the source.

The showing was on 
Valentine’s Day so the 
audience was full of romantic couples who had gone to see the movie together.

“It was an absolute 
disaster. There is nothing less romantic than seeing a 
woman be violently ill 
everywhere,” said one couple.

It is understood paramedics were called to assist.

This week Cineworld seemed reluctant to talk about the incident. Calls to their press office were unanswered and messages were ignored.