Spurs: Police evict Tottenham fans for calling themselves Yids as West Ham fans respond with a little Hitler humour
DID the Chant Police arrest anyone at the Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United match? The BBC reported that one Spurs fan was arrested for saying “Yid” at the match. Yeah. First they came for the Yids who called themselves Yids…
This Spurs terror was held on suspicion of committing a public order offence.
The rest of the pubic around him sang song about Yids. They were not arrested.
Before the match, the police evicted lots of Spurs fans from The Ship pub near the ground for singing songs about being Yids.
West Ham fan recruitment director Turkan Farica, 30, tells the Mirror:
“There was a group of Spurs lads in the corner – when the police walked into the pub started shouting ‘Yid army. They were marched out. 100 percent certain it was in connection with the use of the word ‘Yid’.”
They marched the Yids out of the pub. And all was right in the world.
West Ham chant: ‘He’s coming for you, he’s coming for you. We can’t say his name but he’s coming for you’. Whisper it but it’s quite funny.
And have him taken from this place to the outskirts of town and dealt with, as well…