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Fan Takes Remote To St James' Park And Turns Off Every Single TV, Already S**thouse Moment Of The Year

Daniel Marland

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Fan Takes Remote To St James' Park And Turns Off Every Single TV, Already S**thouse Moment Of The Year

A Newcastle United fan took a TV remote to St James' Park for Monday's 1-1 draw with Manchester United and kept turning off the stadium TV's.

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Ever wanted to be a menace inside a football stadium? Well, this is a good way to go about it.

@Luke_Ryan22 has shared a video of fans inside the stadium watching the game while hanging around inside the ground, for food and drink or for the toilet.

Newcastle were 1-0 ahead for most of the contest and it was a tense affair throughout... for those who could see it.

"Three, two, one..." Luke can be heard saying before turning off TV's that fans are completely absorbed in.

A fan can be heard saying, "Howay man what's going on here," as a steward remarks the TV's are usually always on.

Fair punishment for not watching the game inside the stadium? Or harsh on people wanting to watch the game however they please? You decide.

Supporters on Twitter have reacted and they think it could already be a contender for s**thousery of the year.

Image Credit: Luke_Ryan22/Twitter
Image Credit: Luke_Ryan22/Twitter

One commented: "Well you shouldn’t leave before the end. Support your team always."

Another added: "41 seconds in could be the most Geordie thing I’ve ever heard."

A third stated: "Absolute sh**housery and wonderful at the same time."

While someone simply put: "This is so childish but I rate that."

Allan Saint-Maximin had put Newcastle inside seven minutes but an Edinson Cavani equaliser ensured the points were shared.

The Magpies are still on one win all season and sit in the bottom three, two points from safety.

Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA

Manager Eddie Howe is likely to bolster his squad in January and reports on Saturday claimed an official bid for Atletico Madrid full-back Kieran Trippier has been submitted.

Sky Sports News say talks between the two clubs are ongoing and it'll be the Toon's first signing since being taken over back in October.

Trippier is a regular England international, featuring at Euro 2020 and he won La Liga last season under Diego Simeone.

He's entering the final 18 months of his deal in Spain after joining from Tottenham Hotspur in 2019.

Newcastle's game with Southampton this weekend has been postponed due to injuries and positive Covid cases in the Magpies' squad.

Featured Image Credit: @Luke_Ryan22/Twitter

Topics: Newcastle United, Manchester United, Premier League

Daniel Marland
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