Liverpool Supporter Trolled Everton Fan With 'Six Times' £20 Note Withdrawn From Cash Machine
An Everton fan was stunned after withdrawing a £20 note from a cash machine and finding a surprising message from a Liverpool supporter.
The Toffees supporter took to social media to share a picture of the note, which had 'six times' scribbled in a speech bubble coming out of the Queen's mouth.
"Hahahaha out the cash machine, there's no getting away from the pesky red s***e," Twitter user jimmy the moonlite wrote along with the photo.
And the Everton fan's tweet has also caused other fans to post their own £20 notes and claim that Liverpool supporters hilariously trolled them.
One Twitter user, JonScoff, tweeted a photo of a £20 note that had 'six times' and 'YNWA' written on it.
Liverpool fans have flocked to social media and praised one of the Everton fans for seeing the funny side of the banter.
"A red having a laugh: £20. A blue who can see the funny side: priceless," one user wrote.
A second said: "Class, Jimmy. Glad you can laugh about it, mate."
Someone else tweeted: "'the pesky red s***e' has finished me."
A fourth added: "I'm doing this on all my money from now on. 20s anyway, not sure it'll work on 5s or 10s."
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Jürgen Klopp's men were devastated when Manchester City beat them to the Premier League title, but the Liverpool boss was able to end his season on a high note in the Champions League.
The Reds beat Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 at the Wanda Metropolitano to lift their sixth European title earlier this month.
And the ex-Borussia Dortmund head coach, 52, was thrilled at his side's accomplishment last season.
"This may be the best night of my life, professional wise," the German explained.
"This is so important. Tonight it's really emotional. I am overwhelmed, to be honest, but I'm much calmer than I thought I would be when it finally happened.
"I feel mostly relieved, to be honest. Relieved for my family because the last six times we were away on holiday and always with a silver medal and that doesn't feel so cool.
"This is for the boys, the fans and for the owners who do not put any pressure on us and appreciate the development of huge steps we have made.
"For the players, they were pretty much crying on the pitch because it was so emotional, so big, and it means so much to us.
"I have sat here many times explaining how we lost this game. Now I don't want to explain why we won, I just want to enjoy that we won."
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