The football club tea lady who terrified Graeme Souness has now turned down the chance to be a Hollywood star.

St Johnstone charlady Aggie Moffat was lined up by Oscar-winner Robert Duval for a role in his new movie. He wanted her to recreate her famous ''Storm in a teacup'' attack on former Rangers manager Souness.

She had been offered the chance to star as fearsome tea lady Wee Brenda in his forthcoming Hollywood blockbuster The Cup. But Aggie has decided to knock back the offer because she enjoys looking after the St Johnstone players too much.

She said yesterday: ''I suppose now if Liz Hurley wants the part, then she can have it.''

Aggie first came to prominence when she had a furious bust-up with Souness during a match at McDiarmid Park in Perth.

Souness had damaged one of the Perth club's kettles during a stormy half-time rant at his players and left the dressing room in a mess. The breakage of her prized kettle left Aggie fuming - and she told the Rangers manager exactly what she thought of him.

The normally vocal Souness was left speechless by her outburst and recently admitted it had helped trigger his departure from Scottish football.

The incident went down in Scottish football folklore and was remembered this week by Raith Rovers manager John McVeigh.

He has been involved in the making of The Cup and suggested Aggie for the role of Kilnockie FC tea lady Wee Brenda. She was approached by the producers and asked to go for a screen test - but turned it down because she didn't fancy the script.

Casting for the film, about a village soccer club which wins the Scottish Cup, has been taking place in Glasgow this week.

However, Apocalypse Now star Duval, who is directing, will have to look elsewhere for a tea lady.

''I was interested at first,'' Aggie said, but added: ''I told the girl there would have to be two

clauses in the contract. I told her I wouldn't take my clothes off - or go to bed with anyone!''