Beau Greaves’ sister demands WDF disable stream after ‘comments about boobs’

The sister of darts sensation Beau Greaves has called for action to be taken following persistent comments about her boobs on the Lakeside World Championship’s live stream.

With the WDF Worlds not being picked for live TV coverage by a major broadcaster, the tournament is instead being streamed live on YouTube, meaning fans can leave comments alongside the action as it unfolds. But Bobbi Greaves has been left unimpressed as some viewers decline to stick to darts chat.

Posting on X (formerly Twitter), Bobbi wrote: “WDF seriously need to turn off the live chat on the stream ffs.” In reply, someone posted: “I've seen you mentioned 4 times so far, 3 of them involved your boobs, nothing like casual darts fans [laughing face emoji].”

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It seems Bobbi was trying to see the funny side. She added: “I won’t be reading it. God knows what s**** I’ll get haha.” Bobbi is one of her sibling Beau’s biggest supporters as she looks to retain the WDF women’s world title she won last year.

Beau, who completed at the Ally Pally World Championship last year, was forced to choose between the PDC and WDF events after the PDC decided players could not compete in both. The 19-year-old from Doncaster then surprised many fans by choosing the WDF World Championship over the PDC version, which begins on December 15.

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She said at the time: "Winning the world championship last year was one of the proudest moments of my darting career and I want to defend that title.

"That's why I've chosen to play at Lakeside – I'm still in the early stages of my darts career and having the opportunity to become a multiple world champion is hugely motivating. I'm playing well at the moment and I can't wait to get back out on that stage in December."

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