West Ham United fans arrested by police After singing racist hymns while traveling to watch their beloved team play against Genk,
The Hammers had just beaten to a draw with Genk in the Europa League in the middle of last week. There are many football fans who sit in the sky to cheer on the love team.
Taking charge of the 1000th army in the career of manager David Moyes came with problems. When a video of a West Ham fan, 55, sang racist chants was released. During the flight to Belgium
That made the fan welcomed by the police. Arriving at Stansted Airport on Friday afternoon and was immediately taken to the Essex Police Station.
The police officer stated that “We began our investigation as soon as we became aware of the video of a man being stretched while finding his own seat on the plane. before departing Stansted Airport on November 4, which was published on social media.”
Senior Superintendent Tom Simon, who led the investigation, added “The Essex Police will not tolerate any form of racism or bullying. We heard the story this morning. Police officers work quickly. in order to be able to arrest them as quickly as possible.”