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 By Chris Wright

Partick's terrifying mascot is looking for love for Valentine's Day

Partick Thistle mascot
Kingsley has a face only a mother could love, but he is trying.

Despite being a terrifying ball of barely-concealed rage on the outside, it turns out that Partick Thistle mascot Kingsley is just a bit softy at heart.

Indeed, with the big day coming up, the spiky lovelorn sun demon is desperately trying to woo a date for Valentine's Day by launching a poetry competition in order to find his "Queensley".

Fans have been invited to submit a 250-word poem via the Partick website, which Kingsley will then sift through before plucking a winning entrant.

The lucky winner will then get to spend a romantic afternoon with Kingsley ahead of Partick's upcoming match against Aberdeen, before running out of the tunnel hand-in-hand with him before kick-off.

"I've never had much luck in love as I am quite shy with the ladies," Kingsley admitted to the official Jags website. "So I thought I'd take matters into my own hands and look for my very own Queensley to share my first Valentine's Day in Scotland.

"I would love to have somebody come along to the Aberdeen game with me and help cheer the guys on. I can be pretty loud and full of energy, so I need somebody to keep up with me. They don't even need to be yellow."

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