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Man Handcuffs Himself To Goal Post During Everton-Manchester City Match [VIDEO]

Alex Livesey, Getty Images
Alex Livesey, Getty Images

If soccer fans didn’t have a reputation of being diehard crazy already, this guy may have put the nail in the coffin after handcuffing himself to one of the goalposts during the Everton-Manchester City match.

I must admit not much surprises me when it comes to ‘football’ fans anymore after seeing riots and fires being started in the stands. Oh yeah, and they enjoy those stupid Vuvuzelas.

The incident delayed the match at Goodison Park for more than five minutes after the fan used handcuffs to attach himself to Man-City Keeper Joe Hart’s right-hand post.

Police were forced to intervene, and after five minutes the man was finally cut loose by bolt cutters and the game continued.

In my opinion every player on the field should have gotten a chance to take a shot from the penalty kick spot at this guy for interjecting himself into the game.

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