ONE FM 91.3's Cheryl Miles pays the price for Man Utd's FA Cup loss
Manchester United were knocked out of the FA Cup after Antonio Valencia gifted Arsenal the winner in a match that ended 2-1 at Old Trafford on Monday morning (Singapore time).
Aside from all but extinguishing the Red Devils' hopes of silverware this season, the defeat also saw ONE FM deejay Cheryl Miles endure a humiliating "Walk of Shame" after she lost a bet to evening drive-time show, The Escape Plan, co-host Shan Wee.
The Gunners opened the scoring in the quarter-final tie through Nacho Monreal in the 25th minute when the Spanish fullback found himself unmarked to cap a flowing move involving Mesut Oezil and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain with an emphatic finish.
United captain Wayne Rooney quickly pulled one back for Louis van Gaal's men less than four minutes later after he headed in Angel di Maria's pinpoint cross.
However, Valencia's poor back pass in the 61st minute was latched onto by former United man Danny Welbeck, who rounded an onrushing David de Gea to score the winner.
United's defensive frailties were bad news for Red Devils fan Miles, who bet with Wee that the loser of the match would have to stuff a football up their top and carry a sign proclaiming the other team's victory in a "Walk of Shame".
Photo: Shan Wee
Miles chronicled her embarrassing journey to work on Instagram, starting off with her afternoon aerial hoop routine.
The torture continued on her MRT ride to work from Yio Chu Kang.
Making a stop at Junction 8 for lunch, Miles made sure she picked a quiet corner to attract as little attention as possible.
Completing her journey to work on foot, Miles made one more post at a bus stop along Bishan Road.
Fortunately for Miles, no one heaped more misery on her during her journey.
She said: "People were staring at me but no one came up to me to make fun of me or anything like that.
"I tried to ask someone to take a selfie with me but I think he was a bit shy.
"It was a bit inconvenient, but my journey wasn't very long although I think all the RI (Raffles Institution) boys who saw me walking from Junction 8 to SPH walked away and sniggered.
"I'm just a little sad no one gave me a seat on the train even though I looked like a pregnant lady!"
While Wee admitted he was impressed by how a good a sport his co-host had been, he isn't prepared to let Miles off the hook just yet.
He said: "To be honest, I was really nervous when I woke up this morning because I slept through the match and I was so relieved to see the score.
"I've been following her pictures on Facebook and I have to say that I'm impressed with her because she's done pretty well.
"However, I'm definitely insisting that she keeps the ball in till the end of our show tonight, at least!"