MASON MOUNT has revealed Jorginho is one of Chelsea's biggest pranksters – with his go-to stunt burning his team-mates with hot studs.
England midfielder Mount, 22, is now world-famous for his prank on old pal Declan Rice.
In 2019, the Blues favourite filmed himself scaring his old youth team-mate awake with hilarious results while on holiday together.
But Mount has revealed he's not the only joker at Chelsea.
The midfield maestro claimed Ben Chilwell and Jorginho are also keen to get one over on their team-mates.
And Mount revealed Jorginho's prank of choice is to microwave his football boots and burn his team-mates with the red-hot studs.
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Mount told the UMM YouTube channel in the latest episode of Assumptions: "[Chilwell] is up there. He recently joined.
"Jorginho definitely, he is always playing pranks.
"We warm our boots up in like a microwave, like a boot microwave.
"And because he wears studs, obviously they are metal, so they get so hot.
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"So he will always just walk around with them in his hand and just tap it on your skin.
"He will get you in the back of the leg or something."
Most-recently, Mount scored the winner in Chelsea's narrow 1-0 victory over West London rivals Fulham.
It secured Chelsea's 131st 1-0 win in the Premier League – a competition record.
But Mount reserved praise for experienced star Olivier Giroud, despite the Frenchman's poor day at the office at Craven Cottage.
The midfielder continued: "Obviously he has played at the top of the game for a long time and all of us younger boys have learnt a lot off him – speaking to a World Cup winner.
Mount even joked Giroud is still incredibly proud of France winning the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
He laughed: "I think when he won it.
"I wasn't there at the time but I think he brought it into training when he got back.
"But his phone case has like world champions, and a little France flag and everything.
"He has a phone case like that, so I see it all the time."
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