January 18th, the last round of the Premier League had two hot derby battles, Manchester United reversed Manchester City 2-1 at home, Arsenal
Nana defeated Tottenham 2-0 away.
The “Daily Mail” reported that the behavior of fans taking drugs in the toilets of the stadium is becoming more and more serious. According to the survey and testing data at the Old Trafford Stadium and the Tottenham Stadium, 80% of the toilets have detected the presence of Class A drugs.
Traces (standards for Class A drugs in the UK include cocaine, heroin, ecstasy, morphine, symethedone, etc.), and evidence of someone taking them.
Separate figures suggest a record number of people have been banned from games for using Class A drugs, an act that is sparking more violence on the pitch.
A stupid Tottenham fan kicked Gunners goalkeeper Ramsdale in Tottenham’s loss to Arsenal. It is currently impossible to prove whether his behavior is related to drug use.
Although the Tottenham Stadium prevented fans from smoking in the toilet by removing the water tank cover, there seemed to be no defense against the cubicle, and even the sound of wiping noses and snorting could be heard from inside.
The reporter also found white powder on the roll holder, which turned blue immediately after wiping it with an experimental swab, proving that the powder was a strong drug.
Tests on toilet facilities at Old Trafford also revealed strong drug use.
Retired police officer Lewis said: “From the Premier League to the regional leagues, this situation is everywhere. We often receive related complaints. White powder has been found in toilets, stands, and outside the stadium.
The amount is staggering. Cocaine will make fans behave more violently, which will cause more problems for the game.”
England’s top football official, Police Commissioner Mark Roberts, said: “We’re seeing more and more violence and cocaine and alcohol will make it worse and make people more violent.”
In response to this situation, Tottenham and Manchester United also issued separate statements, criticizing the behavior of taking drugs in the stadium, and continue to adhere to the “zero tolerance” attitude. Anyone found taking drugs in the stadium will be banned from entering the stadium.