Vile racist posts video abusing Saka, Rashford and Sancho as police arrest man, 49, in Kent

A VILE racist has posted a video online abusing England stars Bukayo Saka, Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho after their loss to Italy in the Euro 2020 final. 

The Three Lions stars have been subjected to horrific online abuse after their penalty misses on Sunday.


One England fan posted a hateful rant on social media after the final whistle went at Wembley on Sunday evening, as cops arrested a 49-year-old from Kent in relation to a malicious communications offence.

Posting on Facebook the man, who had an England flag painted on his face ranted: “Where do I start where do I start. Sick, gutted like all of us. 

“Proper deflated. Gotta be proud of the boys, be proud, but anyone and everyone that knows me well will understand what I'm talking about.

Three lions on a shirt, right. How many times have we seen England players, w*** take penalties  for us and f*** it up.

“Three f***ing lions, three f***ing c***s  f***ed it for us.”

He ends the video by screaming into the camera before switching it off. 

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The footage has attracted thousands of comments slamming his behaviour online, with one person writing “we should ruin this c***s life”. 

The disgusting footage came to light as police forces up and down the country arrested people in relation to racist abuse.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has warned online racists will be banned from footie matches after more than a million Brits demanded they be punished.

Putting thetrolls on notice the PM warned: "You will not be going to the match. No ifs, no buts, no exceptions, no excuses."

Fans have rallied round three black England stars who were sent sick messages and monkey emojis on social media after their penalty misses.

A million people signed a petition in just two days demanding vile trolls be barred from games as punishment.

VILE ABUSE

Kent Police arrested a 49-year-old man in relation to a video posted online, in connection to a malicious communications offence. 

Chief Superintendent Warren Franklin of Kent Police said: “On the afternoon of Tuesday 13 July 2021 Kent Police received a referral from the national policing lead for Euro 2020 relating to an offensive video that had been posted on social media.

"Later that day officers attended an address in Folkestone and arrested a 49-year-old man on suspicion of a malicious communications offence. He was taken into custody pending further enquiries.

"Kent Police will continue to keep the national policing lead updated and will respond accordingly to any other similar incidents that may be reported to us.”

A 37-year-old man has been arrested in Manchester after a series of  social media posts were directed towards England footballers. 

The suspect, from Ashton-Upon-Mersey, attended Cheadle Heath police station this morning and was arrested in connection with a malicious communications offence. 

He remains in custody, with Detective Inspector Matt Gregory of GMP's Trafford division, adding: "The actions of a small number of people overshadowed what was a hugely unifying event for our country on Sunday evening.

"We are firm in our commitment, any racist abuse whether online or off is not acceptable.

You will not be going to the match. No ifs, no buts, no exceptions, no excuses.

"We now have one man in custody and our investigation continues. If you think you have information on this post, we'd like to hear from you on 0161 856 4973, quoting incident number 109 of 12/7/2021.

"You can also anonymously contact the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

"Anyone who has been a victim, or witness of hate crime, please do report it at your earliest opportunity, using 101, LiveChat or online at gmp.police.uk. Alternatively you can visit www.letsendhatecrime.com."

A disgraced comedian has also come under fire and seen his shows cancelled after taking aim at black England players. 

Stand-up Andrew Lawrence, 41, saw a string of his UK shows cancelled after a number of the nine scheduled venues across the UK refused to host him.

Estate agents Savills also suspended a worker after racist abuse targeting England players was sent from his Twitter account.

A post from Andrew Bone's Twitter account branded the players the N word and claimed the England stars had "ruined it for us" after the loss.

A kids football coach has claimed his Twitter account was hacked after a racist tweet was sent to Marcus Rashford denying it was him.

Nick Scott, 50, from Powick, Worcestershire, denied sending a sickening homophobic tweet aimed at the England women's football team.



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