West Brom fan appears to have an unfortunate accident on live TV during his side’s Championship thriller with Bristol City
- West Brom fan spotted awkwardly scurrying down stairs during the game
- He was caught on camera grabbing his backside as nature appeared to call
- Hapless supporter appears to panic before heading down stadium’s steps
This is the moment a West Brom fan grabbed his backside in alarm as he appeared to have an unfortunate accident.
The Baggies supporter was caught on camera touching the seat of his trousers and scurrying down the stairs of Ashton Gate Stadium as his team played Bristol City on Saturday
He was ascending the steps when Sky Sports caught the moment he seemed to realise he was in trouble.
The West Brom fan can be seen on the right wearing beige trousers as he walks up the stairs at Bristol City’s stadium
The supporter grabs his backside with his hands as he appears to realise that he’s had an accident on the stairs
After freezing to the spot, he scampered back down the stairs in a clip that left viewers hysterical as they concluded he had ‘s*** himself’.
The video quickly circulated on social media, with one user writing: ‘His little dance gets me at the end when he realises he’s followed through.’
After the clip appeared under the heading ‘Did this West Brom fan cr** himself live on Sky last night?’, Phil Taylor wrote on Facebook ‘this is brilliant’.
Another said on Twitter: ‘Feel sorry for that West Brom fan that s*** himself last night when he goes into work today. Take the day off or rest of the year, you’ll never hear the end of it.’
The man scampers down the stairs after he was spotted apparently realising that nature had called too early
But some were left concerned by the footage, as one person said: ‘Aww I feel bad for the guy. Maybe he’s got some kind of illness.’
West Brom were 3-0 down just 20 minutes into the game after Josh Brownhill, Andreas Weimann and Jack Hunt scored.
They managed to claw it back to 3-2 but were unable to topple Bristol City and win the match.
But they remain five points ahead of Bristol City and sit fourth in the Championship.