Woking fan arrested following Barrow AFC tie
Last updated at 14:12, Wednesday, 20 February 2013
A WOKING fan was arrested following his team’s two nil defeat on Tuesday.
Police were called to the Travelodge in Walney Road, Barrow, at around 12.30am on Wednesday.
Staff had reported a Woking fan, staying at the hotel following the club’s tie with Barrow AFC, acting abusively.
A 32-year-old Surrey man is being questioned on suspicion of criminal damage and disorderly behaviour.
First published at 13:16, Wednesday, 20 February 2013
Published by http://www.nwemail.co.uk
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Throw the book at him. There is no need for this. What was his alcohol level? Needs to do lengthy community service painting Holker st.
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