He saw møghamrende sur out.
The 54-year-old man (initially referred to as the 65-year-old 2. easter Sunday), easter Monday cried and screamed at Vejle Stadium, then take a trash can with his fists and throw it after linjedommeren. Yes, he hit basically the poor man inside on the sidelines.
Subsequently fell silent, while he resolutely turned and marched up towards the end. And then came the inspectors and guided him unnecessarily to the last piece out of Vejle season - and probably also the next.
He was furious about the way things had evolved in superligakampen between Vejle Boldklub and AGF.
But he was just been standing on the stage, unhappy and indignant. He had just failed to resort to the extremes and take on the trash, he was dropped for the voldssigtelse, Sydøstjyllands Police now have raised against him.
it is the case on Tuesday.
For Extra Magazine explains Mikkel Ross, who is vicepolitiinspektør in Vejle, there are three cases from the fight on Sunday - and that the 54-year-old man is one of them.
- He hit a linjedommer with its skraldespandskast and is now charged with assault, says Mikkel Ross.
in Addition, there were cast further a trash can. A 38-year-old man. This - that the trash - hit nothing but grass. And he is to be happy. For now he is 'only' charged with violation of Ordensbekendtgørelsen.
Finally, a 20-year-old man charged with violation of the Criminal law article 264 - Illegal intrusion. He goes under the unofficial designation 'baneløber', ironically, resides in chicago, even though he is AGF fan.
Photo: Claus Fisker/Ritzau Scanpix
It tells Mikkel Ross.
He ran onto the pitch at the AGF-its adherents ' section, before he was apprehended by the guards, says Mikkel Ross, adding that the three persons in addition to the risk of punishment now was also standing in the police register of the rioters.
Extra Magazine understands that the three parties all being assigned to at least one year of quarantine from Vejle home at the same time that the club gives them a fine of 5000 kr.
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