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West Ham fans come up with cheeky rude chant about Luton mascots

West Ham fans decided to come up with a cheeky rude chant about the Luton Town mascots Happy Hatty and Happy Harry on Saturday.

At the pre-season friendly between the two sides during the weekend, the mascots walked past the away end with over 1,000 Hammers fans in attendance.

Some of those in the stands however couldn’t help but join in with singing a rather rude song: “Does she take it up the arse.”

The clip was uploaded to social media and on Twitter has gone on to get nearly 10,000 views with many laughing at what they had just heard.

The game itself saw the Hatters maintained their unbeaten record in pre-season as they held Premier League side West Ham United to a draw at Kenilworth Road.

In the final test before the start of the league campaign next week, Sonny Bradley’s late leveller cancelled out Tomas Soucek’s first-half header.

On a warm afternoon at Kenilworth Road, the Hatters made an encouraging start to proceedings wearing the brand-new Umbro 2022/23 home shirt for the first time.

Whilst West Ham enjoyed the majority of possession, Nathan Jones’ side pressed high looking to force the pressure on the Premier League, which was almost managed successfully early on.

Elijah Adebayo skipped away from Ben Johnson and moved the ball out-wide to Luke Berry who’s crossed look destined for Harry Cornick but for Aaron Cresswell’s interception.

With one chance however, the away side showed their clinical edge as Soucek opened the scoring with a flicked header that left Ethan Horvath rooted.

Aside from the goal, chances were few and far between but the Hatters had Horvath to thank the game wasn’t out of sight early in the second period.

The USA international first made a strong low stop to deny Nikola Vlasic, before outdoing himself with a fine one-on-one save from Michail Antonio.

Moments after Allan Campbell dragged a shot just wide of the target, summer additions Cauley Woodrow and Carlton Morris were introduced on the hour mark. 

There was little goalmouth action until the very end, when substitute Dion Pereira combined with James Bree to take a short corner, and with the help of Dan Potts’ flick-on, Bradley was able to bundle the ball home from close range. 

Luton: Horvath; Bree, Burke, Osho, Bradley (C), Doughty (Pereira 75′); Berry (Woodrow 61′), Campbell (Mendes Gomes 75′), Clark; Cornick (Morris 67′), Adebayo (Potts 80′). 

Subs not used: Isted, Macey, Lockyer, Haygarth, Muskwe.

Goals: Bradley (90′)

West Ham: Areola; Coufal, Johnson, Zouma, Cresswell, Masuaku (Ashby 64′), Rice (C) (Coventry 75′), Soucek (Downes 82′), Fornals (Vlasic 45′), Benrahma (Antonio 45′), Bowen (Lanzini 64′).

Goals: Soucek (27′)

Attendance: 7,010

It’s not the first time the Luton mascots were caught on camera, as earlier in 2022, one of the two Luton Town mascots mercilessly ruins a QPR fan with brutal gestures into the away end.

The Hatters mascot was filmed mocking one supporter in the crowd during a warm-up with Harry seen making fun of the supporter’s weight and size as he made a belly gesture towards the away fans from the side of the pitch.

They were also seen ssshing the away fans once they started jeering back, with Luton mascot Happy Hatty also joining in with the playful antics.

The QPR fan on the end of the taunting attempted to fire back at the mascots whilst a friend stood next to them struggled to contain their amusement.

Happy Harry was also imitating the drinking of pints and eating as he continued his back and forth with the opposition fans.


Date H/A Opponent Competition KO/Score Attd Scorers
Sat 30 Jul H Birmingham City Championship 3pm
Sat 6 Aug A Burnley Championship 3pm
Tue 9 Aug H Newport County Carabao Cup 1 7.45pm
Sat 13 Aug H Preston North End Championship 3pm
Tue 16 Aug A Bristol City Championship 7.45pm
Sat 20 Aug A Swansea City Championship 3pm
Fri 26 Aug H Sheffield United Championship 8pm
Tue 30 Aug A Cardiff City Championship 7.45pm
Sat 3 Sep H Wigan Athletic Championship 3pm
Sat 10 Sep A Stoke City Championship 3pm
Wed 14 Sep H Coventry City Championship 7.45pm
Sat 17 Sep H Blackburn Rovers Championship 3pm
Sat 1 Oct A Hull City Championship 3pm
Tue 4 Oct H Huddersfield Town Championship 7.45pm
Sat 8 Oct A West Bromwich Albion Championship 3pm
Sat 15 Oct H Queens Park Rangers Championship 12.30pm
Tue 18 Oct A Norwich City Championship 7.45pm
Sun 23 Oct A Watford Championship 12pm
Sat 29 Oct H Sunderland Championship 3pm
Tue 1 Nov H Reading Championship 7.45pm
Sat 5 Nov A Blackpool Championship 3pm
Sat 12 Nov H Rotherham United Championship 3pm
Sat 10 Dec A Middlesbrough Championship 3pm
Sat 17 Dec H Millwall Championship 3pm
Mon 26 Dec H Norwich City Championship 3pm
Thu 29 Dec A Queens Park Rangers Championship 7.45pm
Sun 1 Jan A Huddersfield Town Championship 3pm
Sat 14 Jan H West Bromwich Albion Championship 3pm
Sat 21 Jan A Wigan Athletic Championship 3pm
Sat 28 Jan H Cardiff City Championship 3pm
Sat 4 Feb H Stoke City Championship 3pm
Sat 11 Feb A Coventry City Championship 3pm
Wed 15 Feb A Preston North End Championship 7.45pm
Sat 18 Feb H Burnley Championship 3pm
Sat 25 Feb A Birmingham City Championship 3pm
Sat 4 Mar H Swansea City Championship 3pm
Sat 11 Mar A Sheffield United Championship 3pm
Wed 15 Mar H Bristol City Championship 7.45pm
Sat 18 Mar A Sunderland Championship 3pm
Sat 1 Apr H Watford Championship 12.30pm
Fri 7 Apr A Millwall Championship 3pm
Mon 10 Apr H Blackpool Championship 3pm
Sat 15 Apr A Rotherham United Championship 3pm
Wed 19 Apr A Reading Championship 8pm
Sat 22 Apr H Middlesbrough Championship 3pm
Sat 29 Apr A Blackburn Rovers Championship 3pm
Sat 6 May H Hull City Championship 3pm

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