Woman says football fan shoved food in her face on train from London to Northampton
Police are investigating an incident in which a a “rowdy football fan” is alleged to have shoved food in a young woman’s mouth on a train from London Euston to Northampton
Victoria Adams, aged 22, said the man got angry and called her “a typical f****** Londoner” when she put her headphones in and closed her eyes in an attempt to ignore him on a London Midland train on Saturday.
Miss Adams claims he began shoving his half-eaten takeaway food into her mouth and had to be dragged away by other men in the carriage.
Talking to the Evening Standard, Miss Adams, of Milton Keynes, said the man... read more
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