Drama in Viewing Centre As Brave Lady Switches Off TVs During Arsenal vs Man Utd Game

Drama in Viewing Centre As Brave Lady Switches Off TVs During Arsenal vs Man Utd Game

  • A prankster caused chaos at a football viewing centre by switching off the TVs
  • Scores of youths converged to watch the game between Arsenal and Man United
  • Drama then ensued as angry football fanatics attempted to beat up the prankster

There was a commotion at a football viewing centre, after a female prankster switched off the TVs during the Arsenal versus Manchester United game.

The Gunners put on an incredible performance at the Emirates Stadium to defeat the Red Devils 3-2, extending their lead atop the Premier League standings.

Fans were glued to their screens on Sunday, but one lady disrupted activities at a local viewing centre somewhere in Africa.

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A prankster disrupts activities at a football viewing centre by switching off the TVs. Photo: TikTok/Getty.
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In what could be described as a mission of self-harm, the lady stunned scores of viewers inside the facility when she switched off the TVs.

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The arena was already highly charged due to the intensity of the match, but as the TVs went off, the angry youths charged towards the lady.

She also claimed to have been slapped by one furious fan.

Football lovers on social media have continued to react to her antics.

One said:

“No try ham for Chelsea match. If you do RIp in advance.”

Another added:

“Off tv when Chelsea Dey play if you no reach orthopedic doctor that day.”

A fan wrote:

“No go try this for my area. ajeh u and person where dey hold phone go collect.”

A critic wrote:

“Joblessness has led would-be young and enterprising youths into whatever they see is trending, May 2023 give us a leader that will reverse this trend.”

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Sports Brief earlier reported on the release of eight Arsenal fans who were arrested in Jinja, Uganda for celebrating the club’s Premier League win against Man United.

Photos flooded the internet as the supporters were seen in the Gunners’ colours, carrying a symbolic trophy, during their arrest on Monday.

Security operatives apprehended the group with claims that they were not holding a procession permit, which is considered a public order offence in the African country.

Source: Sports Brief News