A video has emerged over the weekend appearing to show a Cardiff fan throw a pint of alcohol at a passing unprovoking Swansea fan outside a pub.
It it claimed that the moment came on St Mary Street of the Welsh capital before the Bluebirds’ Premier League clash against Liverpool on Easter Sunday afternoon.
Since then the video has been viewed over 150,000 times on Twitter, but also caught the attention of players, fans and Swansea’s kitman.
Michael Eames retweeted the video tweet which was caption “Jack Bastard” – and urged the victim to get in touch so he could send him a new Swansea shirt.
He wrote: “Anyone know the Swans fan? Tell him to get in touch. Will send him a new shirt to wear around Cardiff. #Jack.”
— Michael Eames (@kitman_swans) 22 April 2019
The club’s top scorer Oli McBurnie also saw it and said: “Send him a signed one of mine mate. Will look lovely in Cardiff.”
Send him a signed one of mine mate will look lovely in Cardiff
— Oli McBurnie (@oli_mcburnie) 22 April 2019
Former Swans player Kemy Agustien, now at Wrexham, wrote: “Thats why I love the @SwansOfficial so much. Mike When you get in touch with him let me know and I’ll sort Some tickets out for him next season”.
One fan said he is offering the fan a night out also.
After watching the video and see the tweets from the kitman but also the players, fans took to social media to give their reaction, with some Cardiff fans annoyed at the shameful act taking place – find out what they tweeted on the next page.