A Bristol City fan's 's***hole' photobomb has been spotted as he got revenge for his club's 3-0 defeat to Birmingham City on Tuesday night.
The Robins fell to a fourth defeat in their last five matches in the Championship at St. Andrews on Tuesday night and one fan took the opportunity to get revenge after the match.
The disgruntled away supporter held his phone up to the glass window of the television studio at the ground with the message "Birmingham's a s***hole" displayed.
This occurred during a live post-match broadcast by Blues TV, Birmingham City's official video content service.
Other fans were quick to react after the incident had been posted on social media, with one person snapping back: "I assume he's not from Bristol then?"
Another riled up Birmingham fan added: "Funny they say that, the only reason anyone knows about Bristol is because most have to go past Bristol to get Weston-super-Mud. A nothing club!"
Some fans saw the funny side, though, as one supporter wrote: "Could just be someone from Birmingham to be fair."
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Goals from Riley McGree, Scott Hogan and Gary Gardner condemned the Robins to their seventh league defeat and they have now won just one of their last five league matches.
They have now slipped to 18th in the Championship after 16 matches as pressure grows on manager Nigel Pearson.
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