Moore's attire (right) created a stir on social media and clubmate Rory Jacob leapt to his defence
with a passionate Twitter outburst on Monday evening.
What is worse is that his colleagues have leapt to his defence
and the Press is filled with sanctimonious blatherings about his 'integrity' and honour.
An international row is brewing over the arrest of film director Roman Polanski, as artists and politicians leapt to his defence
The FA are reportedly furious with the England manager's initial attempts to play down the relationship, but Eriksson's assistant manager Tord Grip leapt to his defence
yesterday when he said: 'He did not lie because no-one talked to him about this.'
But Domenech's mother Germaine leapt to his defence
. She said: "I'd like to meet Anelka and give him a piece of my mind.
RACE-row striker El Hadji Diouf will be on Premier League duty today after Sam Allardyce leapt to his defence
. Diouf remains at the centre of a police probe for alleged racial abuse of a ballboy in Blackburn's 3-0 defeat at Everton on Sunday.
But Social Affairs Minister Seamus Brennan leapt to his defence
, admitting: "His programme was fact.
Joanna Thomae spoke of her "special relationship" with the singer and leapt to his defence
over child abuse allegations he faces.
Jeanette Rooney leapt to his defence
, insisting: "It is not true."
Incensed fans leapt to his defence
, sparking violent battles with police.
She leapt to his defence
as rumours swept Tinseltown that he was gay.
Now Frenchman Wenger, whose side knocked the Hammers out of the Coca- Cola Cup on Tuesday, has leapt to his defence