A Stoke City supporter has been filmed jumping on a car following the first Potteries derby in 16 years, as Port Vale beat Stoke Under 21s 4-0 in the Checkatrade Trophy on Tuesday.
The footage, which took place on Hamil Road at 10:20pm in Stoke-on-Trent, shows the fans making their way home loudly chanting “Go on Stoke!” before the owner of the car is seen opening the bedroom window and shouted at the man “get off my car”.
Watch the moment for yourself in the video below…
— Ewan Miller (@EwanJM) December 5, 2018
The woman shouting has slammed the vandals, who dented the roof of the vehicle, she also criticised the lack of police on the evening although many officers had been diverted to Burslem town centre which also had trouble.
There is also a GoFundMe page to help raise the amount needed to repair the dent, as you can see below. If you want to give something, click HERE.
Staffordshire Police, who have arrested 11 people (aged between 18 and 61) before, during and after the game, has been informed about the incident.
Earlier that evening at Vale Park, supporters threw ‘bottles, coins and lighters’ while seats were also ripped out with police blaming a ‘significant section in away stand’ for the damage.
During half time, Stoke fans trashed the away stand toilets, causing plenty of damage and smashing windows.
— Casual Mind (@CasualMind_) December 5, 2018
After watching the video of the Stoke fan jumping on a car following the Checkatrade Trophy match against Port Vale, social media users vented their annoyance at the culprits, one hoped the police could find the fan, another said that the Championship club should ‘foot the bill for repair’ – take a look at those tweets on the next page.