England fan appears to snort unknown substance ahead of huge Euro 2020 final

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An England fan has been filmed snorting an unknown substance in front of hundreds of supporters ahead of the Euro 2020 final.

The unidentified man, who is being held above an expectant crowd, looks to pour white powder from a small plastic bag onto something he's holding before putting it to nose and inhaling.

In the 11-second clip, which was shared widely on Twitter, those watching can be heard eagerly waiting for him to consume the substance before cheering and laughing when he does.

It comes after England fans caused chaos in London in the build-up to the historic match, which could see the Three Lions lift major silverware for the time since the 1966 World Cup if they beat Italy.

Fights among England fans broke out outside Wembley, while Leicester Square was trashed earlier today as thousands of supporters descended on the capital to lap up the atmosphere.

Many started partying in the early hours, leading to chaotic scenes.

Shocking footage showed revellers filmed throwing bottles and cones, and breaking windows, while litter was strewn across the popular landmark

Fans were also spotted dancing on the top of buses, setting off flares and waving England flags.

One man lit a flare wedged in his bum, while another stripped naked to mark the occasion.

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Pictures showed a sea of England shirts as supporters go wild ahead of the national team's first major cup final since 1966.

Some fans were queuing outside pubs as early as 6am this morning in anticipation for the huge match while others were belting out the team's anthem It's Coming Home.

England supporters are expected to down 7.1 million pints on during the match, with 13 million pints expected to be drunk during the day as a whole.

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The match is expected to provide a £3 billion boost to the economy from booze, bets and food sales.

After a huge 26.3 million people watched the dramatic semi-final win against Denmark, bookmakers reckon the final could become the most watched TV event in British history.

The Daily Star has contacted Met Police for a statement.

  • World Cup
  • Pubs
  • London
  • Euro 2020
  • England Football Team
  • Alcohol
  • Twitter

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