Safe Girl Security Urges All World Cup WAGs To Keep Safe When Supporting Our Boys In Brazil This Month

Safe Girl Security Urges All World Cup WAGs To Keep Safe When Supporting Our Boys In Brazil This Month Cheryl Cole and Victoria Beckham may have had their day, but the ordinary WAGs (wives and girlfriends) of England are still out there and read

Safe Girl Security Urges All World Cup WAGs To Keep Safe When Supporting Our Boys In Brazil This Month

Cheryl Cole and Victoria Beckham may have had their day, but the ordinary WAGs (wives and girlfriends) of England are still out there and ready to cheer England on in their thousands.

With World Cup fever mounting, Safe Girl Security is urging all WAGs (celebrities or otherwise) to keep safe when they're out and about watching our boys in Brazil.

The real footballer WAGS may have been ordered to stay at home this year so Stevie Gerrard, Frank Lampard & Co. can focus on their game - but many thousands of others are expected to cheer the England team on in pubs up and down the country.

With late night televised games - England's first match against Italy this Saturday kicks off at 11p.m UK time - it's important to remember a few safety rules.

"If you're one of those late night revellers then make sure you take a few safety precautions before you go out partying," says Safe Girl founder Andrea Clark.

"Stick together if you can, walk home in pairs or in a group, tell someone where you're going and when you plan to be back, and do carry a personal alarm with you just in case."

Safe Girl sells fashionable and stylish personal alarms and gadgets for females of all ages.

"And watch what you drink. It's easy to get carried away if your team is doing well. Come on England!!"

For further information and comment contact;

Safe Girl Security
http://www.safe-girl.co.uk

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