Scandal in England – football fan pees on statue of legend – arrest! – Soccer

This should be her most expensive pee break!

In England, a fan causes a lot of excitement about peeing. Videos of a young man urinating on the statue of Sunderland legend Bob Stokoe († 73) are circulating on social media.

The fan wears a Newcastle United jersey and walks calmly in front of the Stokoe statue. Now, however, the pee break has consequences!

A spokesperson for the local police department: “We are aware that a video is circulating on social networks that appears to show a man urinating on a monument in front of the Stadium of Light in Sunderland.”

He continued: “This type of behavior is totally unacceptable and a full investigation into the incident has been launched. A 21-year-old man has since been arrested on suspicion of disorderly conduct and is currently in police custody.”

Arrested because the bladder was tightening. Puller’s accident is doubly bitter. Stokoe is also a Newcastle legend!

As a player, the defender made a total of 261 appearances for Newcastle from 1950 to 1960 and won the 1955 FA Cup with the “Magpies”.

It was only as a manager that he later moved to arch-rival Sunderland and won the FA Cup again in 1973. Newcastle and Sunderland are only 12 miles apart and the matches are nicknamed “Tyne Wear Derby” after the rivers locals.

So the pee attack was a belated act of revenge on the part of Newcastle fans? At least a fine should cost him this stupid number now …

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