Liverpool are suing fans for “unacceptable behavior” giant mountain of waste left behind
Liverpool, which the day before yesterday captured its first English title in thirty years, has denounced “the unacceptable behavior” of thousands of fans.
The Liverpool supporters came together after the defeat of Manchester City by the Chelsea team and the subsequent certainty of the championship for Anfield Road and in the city center for a frenzied title celebration, without regard to the social distance rules.
“By ignoring the coronary measures, we risk endangering public health,” it sounds. In doing so, the club supports the city council and the local police.
The supporters also damaged the Liver Building, a protected building in Liverpool, after fireworks.
The supporters also caused damage to the Liver Building, a listed building in Liverpool, after setting off fireworks.
“From the moment it’s possible, we’ll work on a victory parade through the city,” promise the club, city council, and police. “But right now, the safety and health of our residents remain the number one priority.”
After the festivities, a gigantic rubbish heap was also left behind, which was largely cleared away today.