- A London court was told George Nunn was in the company of his girlfriend, Libby Thompson, at the time of the incident
- Nunn is said to have offered the muggers £1,000 in order to get back the luxurious watch worn by 007 in all James Bond films
- A 17-year-old student has since been convicted for taking part in the mugging, with the court handing him a 10-month community order
Chelsea starlet George Nunn was left counting losses after he lost his luxurious £8,000 "James Bond" watch to muggers, a court has heard.
It is understood the youngster was robbed of the precious timepiece while in the company of his girlfriend, Libby Thompson.
According to SunSport, a court was told the muggers demanded the promising forward hands over his Omega Seamster watch.
The aggressors are said to have threatened to stab him in front of his girlfriend should he fail to give in.
The Under-19 offered £1,000 for it back before his partner called cops on the robbers while at a cash point.
A teenage student who is thought to have taken part in the mugging has since been convicted, with a London court slapping him with a 10-month community order.
Nunn, a left-sided forward signed for Chelsea from lower tier side Crewe Alexandra at the end of his Under-16 year.
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