Police remove sick Munich Air Disaster banner from bridge over M62 ahead of Liverpool vs Manchester United
Police and council workers have removed a sick banner referencing the Munich Air Disaster from a bridge over the M62 in the build up to tonight’s clash between Liverpool and Manchester United.
Merseyside Police received calls from members of the public complaining about the banner, which read: ‘Munich 58’, and had been draped over a bridge close to Junction Five of the motorway, which runs from Liverpool to Manchester and beyond, at around 5pm.
Officers and council workers were immediately sent to the scene to remove the sick sign.
Just saw the Munich '58 banner. This is disgusting.... read more
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