VIDEO - Stole a boy's football shirt - to sell it online

VIDEO - Stole a boy's football shirt - to sell it online
An anonymous woman has raised anger in football England after Preston's 4-0 victory over Swindon.

The woman stole a team shirt from the hands of a little boy - and then she allegedly was trying to sell it online.

After 4-0 against Swindon, Preston managed to secure the return to the English second division championship.

Striker Jermaine Beckford became the big hero for Preston, after scoring a hat-trick in the match at Wembley.

But Beckford's super effort got a bitter aftertaste. When he was substituted in the 68th minute, Jermaine threw his shirt over to some kids, and a little lad in a yellow top was winning it. The gift to the young fan made him shine up - but the joy was short-lived. Suddenly a man and woman shamefully barged in and took it off him.

While the camera was on, one can see how a woman and a man stood up to confront the boy. The sequence, which is published on Youtube, shows how the woman, despite the boy resisting, takes the shirt from the hands of the poor lad.

Subsequently, the same shirt appeared on the auction site Gumtree - for sale for 1,500 pounds. The ad is now removed.

The incident has made many English football fans extremely angry, and they show their anger on social media, asking how anyone can you do that to a child, only including a lot of English swearing.

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