Leyton Orient to act on homophobic chants heard from Luton Town fans during their League Two clash
Leyton Orient have vowed to act after homophobic chanting was heard from sections of Luton fans during their Sky Bet League Two match on Saturday.
Fans chanted 'Do you take it up the a***?' to a group of men in a block of flats which overlooked the Matchroom Stadium.
Orient released a statement following the incident, which read: 'We were made aware of homophobic chanting from sections of the Luton Town fans and will be dealing with it retrospectively. All information will be passed on to Luton Town.
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