#AceNewsReport – Oct.04: Police investigated reports of several men shouting homophobic comments or making homophobic actions towards visiting supporters at the West Ham v Brighton & Hove Albion game on 1 February 2020: Two men were arrested during the fixture at the London Stadium on the day of the game: Thomas Hill, 25 of New Road, Slough and Samuel Marshall, 21 of Herbert Road, Hornchurch appeared on 3 September at Thames Magistrates’ Court. They pleaded guilty to an offence under Section 5 of the Public Order Act and were each fined £200 plus costs: The investigation continued and two other men were summonsed: On 30 September at Thames Magistrates’ Court, Damian Critten, 24, of Farm Road, Rainham and Jack Wood, 25, of Arbour Square, London both pleaded guilty to an offence under Section 5 of the Public Order Act. They were each fined £120 and given three-year football banning orders:
Four convicted after police investigate homophobic behaviour at football match given fines & banning orders ..
Chief Inspector Chris Green of Met Operations said: “This investigation and these convictions show that we will not tolerate homophobic behaviour or hate crime at football matches and more broadly in our city: “If you have information about people committing these type of despicable offences, please share that information with police: These offenders may happen to support the same football team as you, but they do not deserve your support.”
#AceNewsDesk report …………..Published: Oct.04: 2020:
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