Sheffield United Fan Breaks Into Hillsborough Stadium And Defecates On The Centre Circle
A Sheffield United fan has been filmed breaking into Sheffield Wednesday's Hillsborough Stadium and defecating on the centre circle.
The video has emerged online and has been viewed by thousands of people over the weekend.
Images of the incident have also been posted on social media showing it was United fans in the stadium.
Sheffield Wednesday have confirmed today that the incident has been reported to South Yorkshire Police and will be investigated further.
It's not the first time that football and fecal matter have gone hand in hand after a Sunderland fan went viral for supposedly defecating in his seat in 2017.
After the Championship tie vs Reading that year, a man told the story on a Sunderland forum saying that the bloke 'dropped his pants to his ankles, squatted and curled one out'.
He went on to describe how police had to take him away after the incident, before stating that someone in the crowd gagged and 'spewed up' as the excrement lay on the ground.
In an interview via The Mirror, Callum Mawson claimed that he had only eaten two chocolates from his advent calendar before drinking 12 bottles of beer and six pints of cider on match day.
"I am apologetic for it, I am sorry. I didn't defecate on the seat, that's the God's honest truth. I can't recall any of it. I got to the ground, sat in my seat and the next thing I remember was I was being in the holding cell in the stadium," he said.
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"I didn't find out about the whole incident until half 11 at night when my friend told me. It was all over Facebook. Gary Lineker had put it on his Twitter.
"It's embarrassing, I'm ashamed. I didn't even know what I was doing. A lad who sat next to me put on Twitter saying it didn't happen. He said, 'I can confirm he didn't have a s*** in his seat'. He said, 'I can I can confirm he had a piss'.
On the pitch, 'The Blades' defeated Bournemouth 2-1 on Sunday afternoon to move within two points of a Champions League spot.
'The Cherries' took the lead through Callum Wilson early in the first half at Bramall Lane.
But Chris Wilder's side leveled the game just before half-time through a Billy Sharp strike.
It was Sharp's second goal of the season with his only other goal coming in the reverse fixture back in August.
John Lundstram completed the comeback five minutes from time after coming on from the bench.
The comeback victory ensured it wouldn't be a s**tty week in South Yorkshire for the Premier League side.
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