A well-known Holland supporter, nicknamed “T*ts Man”, was pressured to take away his inflatable boobs by Qatar authorities on the World Cup.
The fan, actual identify Harry Goudsblom, has revealed he didn’t have any hassle entering into the stadium to observe the Dutch beat Senegal 2-0 on Monday.
However after the sport, whereas celebrating the win contained in the Al Thumama Stadium, he was then accosted by safety.
They had been fast to demand he take away the faux breasts from beneath his high.
And the Holland supporter was additionally informed to take off the OneLove armbands he was sporting – that are a symbolic present of assist for the LGBTQ+ group.
Goudsblom then phoned into AD.nl to elucidate what had occurred to him.
He stated: “Initially there have been no issues in any respect, not with the police, not with the safety, everybody even needed to take selfies with me, every thing went properly.
“Till in the course of the match I noticed a guard speaking to an agent and pointing at me. However an officer made a gesture of ‘let it go’.
“Nonetheless, I later noticed two cops go together with an iPad to a different fan sporting a OneLove band. I used to be then capable of rapidly conceal my strap beneath my sleeves.
“After that the get together simply continued, we received the sport, danced exterior on the grounds of the stadium and every thing. Additionally took selfies.
“Then out of the blue an overzealous cop confirmed up and began performing tough. I needed to take off and hand in my OneLove captain’s armbands.
“Then I needed to go away the stadium grounds, accompanied by twenty cops. And alongside the best way I additionally needed to take off my breasts.”
Homosexuality is unlawful in Qatar.
And in opposition to the regulation within the Center Japanese nation, six European international locations deliberate for his or her captains to put on the OneLove armband.
England had been among the many nationwide associations that wished to put on it, however a livid row with Fifa led to all of the nations backing down.