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England fans have been filmed shouting 'you can shove that Lamborghini up your a**e' at a man who owns a supercar during the build-up to yesterday's Euro 2020 final against Italy. You can see the hilarity unfold in the video below.
Sure, it's a bit strange, but at least it seems relatively good-natured.
London was left in a bit of a state of chaos yesterday as fans from all over the country descended on the capital, whether they had a ticket for the final or not.
In one viral video, fans could be seen standing near to a blue Lamborghini and chanting whilst the confused driver tries to move.
Of course, the Lambo is an Italian car, but it's not clear how much this featured in the fans' thinking.
A few fans started it all off, pointing and singing at the car, before others joined in waving St George's Cross flags and jumping up and down.
England fans took over Leicester Square, Trafalgar Square, and many areas around Wembley Stadium before the match, with some even attempting to bust into the stadium without match tickets.
The Metropolitan Police had earlier issued a statement warning fans to stay away from the capital if they weren't going to the game.
Deputy Assistant Commissioner Laurence Taylor said: "We want people to be able to enjoy the Euros 2020 final safely and securely, behave responsibly and consider the safety and welfare of others.
"London still remains in a public health crisis. There are Government guidelines in place and we ask people to follow these and remain socially distanced.
"We will enforce legislation proportionately and as appropriate and engage with crowds.
"But I urge people not to gather in large numbers. If you don't have a ticket to the matches, fan zone or officially booked into a pub, bar or club, my message is clear: please do not come to London - you could end up missing the game."
In the end, Italy edged a tight contest via the familiar foe of a penalty shootout, which means that England's wait for a major tournament success will extend beyond the 55 years that it currently stands at.
However, Gareth Southgate's team acquitted themselves well to the tournament, and will surely feature as one of the teams to beat when the World Cup takes place in Qatar next year.
Roberto Mancini's Italy side showed their experience in the shootout, and are worthy winners, having controlled the final for much of the game.