Many football clubs in England and the rest of Europe during the coronakrisen filled empty grandstands with papfigurer with pictures of fans and other interested parties.
For the English club Leeds had an unwelcome face, however, sneaked into the home Elland Road.
An image of the former al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, who was killed in 2011, has thus been removed by the football club, writes the BBC.
Papfiguren reached to be placed on a seat, and it was discovered on a picture on Twitter before the club removed it.
Leeds has insured that there will not be more offensive images'.
Earlier this month informed Leeds that 15.000 papfigurer would be deployed to the deserted home games in the Championship.
Fans have been given the opportunity to design their own figure of 25 uk pounds - about 205 kroner.
Leeds took the hole on the remaining part of the season after coronapausen on Sunday with a defeat of 0-2 to Cardiff.
Leeds are fighting for promotion to the Premier League and is in second place with 71 points before the last eight rounds.
the Club have seven points down to Fulham in third place. The two best teams move up in the best English superliga.
the Teams, who finish in third to sixth place in the base game, compete for the last oprykningsplads in an endgame.
the Other clubs, like Leeds let fans get to the space stadium in papform, because they are not physically capable of meeting up in the stadium.
Earlier in the month was a papfigur with picture of the british serial killer Harold Shipman, according to australian media discovered a battle in the country's rugbyliga.