The Liverpool fan who pushed Barcelona locals into a foundation has been caught 'pantsing' a steward in another case of inappropriate behaviour.
In a clip doing the rounds on social media, the man, wearing a Barcelona baseball cap, tells the camerperson to hold his beer before going over to the steward and pulling his pants down in act of humiliation, laughing as he ran away.
The incident happened on the junction of Walton Breck Road and Burnand Street near Anfield, where Liverpool beat Wolves 2-0 on the final day of the season.
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It's primary school stuff from the supporter and both incidents in question are being investigated as a result, as per the Liverpool Echo.
Two clips of the same Liverpool supporter pushing locals into a fountain in the Placa Reial square in Barcelona widely circulated on social media just under fortnight ago.
In the first video, an elderly Asian man standing on the edge of the fountain is pushed in by a fan. Some Liverpool supporters can then be heard laughing and chanting 'Liverpool, taking the piss" - with one making a racist comment.
The local man stands there drenched checking to see if his phone is broken, unaware of who the culprit is.
But if that's not bad enough, the same fan, with his grey hair, blue fleece and jeans, is seen doing the same thing to another local minding his own business near the fountain.
The man, who appears to be selling cans of beer, is thrown into the water from behind in another video.
Here's hoping the man gets a severe punishment from the club for his actions.