star's son robbed during visit to Burnham-On-Sea
former world snooker champion had an unfortunate visit to Burnham-On-Sea
this week when his son became a victim of crime in the town.
Williams MBE, who has been world snooker champion twice, in 2000
and 2003, stayed at a holiday park in the town.
his son fell victim to a theft during a visit to an amusement
a 'tweet' on social networking website Twitter, the star states:
"In Burnham On Sea and some little basxxrd has nicked by
boys wallet off a machine in the arcade."
Williams earned the nickname 'The Welsh Potting Machine' after
being ranked the world number 1 for a total of three seasons in
has visited Somerset many times in recent years and frequently
takes holidays in the area.
Burnham police spokeswoman said it was believed the crime had
not been reported to them.
Top, Mark Williams in action at a recent tournament and, above,
a copy of the 'tweet' in which he told his followers on Twitter
about the unfortunate theft during his visit to Burnham