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BOXING legend Ricky Hatton is caught on camera snorting cocaine in a shocking 10-hour drink and drugs binge.

A friend who witnessed the former world champ take SEVEN lines of coke in a Manchester hotel said: “If he carries on he’ll kill himself. I’m really, really worried for him.”

Click here to view the graphic footage

These are the pictures that will rock the world of boxing – bloated former world champion Hatton snorting line after line of cocaine.

First the sporting legend casually takes out a wrap of the drug he has hidden in his SHOE.

Read more at the Newsoftheworld

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