“West Ham thug sniffs white powder from man’s head in shocking London stadium accident”

The shocking moment a West Ham thug “smells white powder off another man’s head” during a match at the London Stadium.

The scandalous video was uploaded on social media and appeared to show the horrific antics of the rabid Iron fans.

White material is sprayed over the head of a West Ham fanCredits: Facebook

This is followed by another fan sniffing what appears to be powderCredits: Facebook

In the pictures, a bald man can be seen sprinkling white powder on his shiny skull.

Another goon then sniffs the contents.

The pictures come from a video that was posted on Facebook.

In the clip, laughter can be heard from others in the stands as one fan exclaimed: “Whee, go on, video that… go on get in there.”

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Whereas, another man said: “Let’s fucking take it

“Iron, iron.”

The video has been viewed over 736,000 times.

West Ham Football Club has condemned the shocking behaviour.

A club spokesman said: “The club is disappointed by the content of the video and will act swiftly to identify the perpetrators.

“In line with our zero-tolerance approach, details of the offenders were immediately given to the police and all individuals’ season tickets were suspended and therefore unable to enter London Stadium and travel with the club to away fixtures.” Are.

“Pending our own club’s investigation, this could result in the offenders being banned indefinitely. There is no room for this type of behaviour.”

The Met Police have been contacted for comment.

In 2021, The Sun Online revealed that football thugs high on cocaine were causing a terrifying increase in violence in stadiums.

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As a result, police chiefs have called for tougher punishments for cocaine users – including greater use of restraints – to prevent a return to the felony levels seen in the 1980s.

Britain’s top football cop, Chief Constable Mark Roberts, warned that more fans than ever were drugging games, creating a “toxic mix” of violence.

He added: “As we look at more violent incidents, cocaine along with alcohol is one of the factors that will make it worse, and make people more violent.”

One supporter even said that cocaine was so pervasive in football that fans could smell it even in their seats.

In the same year, an FA report stated that cocaine was the catalyst for thousands of fans without tickets at Wembley for the England–Italy Euro final.

Fans were openly drug-sniffing at the showpiece event, with one yob bragging how he shoved a flaming flare up his bum during a 15-hour drug-fuelled bender.

Charlie Perry, 25, claimed how he “knocked a load of powder” during the big day and was then filmed flaunting it in footage that has gone viral.

Just before the pandemic, cocaine binges were blamed for a 45 per cent increase in football grounds – including violence, pitch invasions and assaults on players – in the last two years.

A survey revealed that more than 30 percent of fans were seen taking cocaine inside the stadium – six percent admitted to personal use.

However, drug possession or use was reported in only 103 of the 2,663 regulated matches in England and Wales throughout the 2019-20 season, with the vast majority – 81 per cent – involving cocaine.

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Despite the clubs promising stricter measures to stop drugs being brought into the ground, one fan claimed that cocaine use was rife before and during the game.

The supporter, who did not wish to be named, said: “You see huge queues in the toilets, you see them banging on keys in the stands, or just getting their hands loose.

“it’s everywhere.

“I’ve never known it like this before, and it seems to be getting worse and worse.”

Another Premier League club said they use dogs for every game and on occasions outside the home turnstiles.

Tottenham Hotspur’s owners described the drug issue as a “social problem” and said it took a zero-tolerance approach to drugs in the stadium.

The club, where a fan was seen snorting a line of cocaine on the pitch in 2017, also said it works closely with the Metropolitan Police on drug-related issues, and any cases found with illegal substances The person is banned.

Meanwhile, owners Brighton and Hove Albion said it was “increasingly concerned” about cocaine use at matches.

The club said: “We will continue to take all necessary and possible steps to prevent any illegal substances from coming into our stadium, and we will not punish anyone carrying or using any illegal substances in or around our stadium.” will also continue to impose very severe restrictions on the individual.” ,

The Premier League said it also condemned the use of drugs in stadiums and that its clubs were working closely with police to tackle the problem.

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A spokesman said: “Possession or use of cocaine is a criminal offense and could result in a football banning order.

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“The ground rules clearly state that drugs are prohibited and measures such as sniffer dogs are often used to counter this.

“Our clubs continue to work closely with the police on this issue.”

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