Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 2 July 2024

Instant karma for drunk England fans as enraged Benidorm local wades into crowd and punches several yobs who blocked the road and banged on his car while singing Ten German Bombers

England fans chanting ‘Ten German Bombers’ were attacked by a furious local as they blocked a street in Benidorm, with video showing the brawl breaking out.

A group of rowdy Three Lions supporters sang the controversial chant as they celebrated England making it into the last 16 after drawing 0-0 with Slovenia last Tuesday.

Raucous crowds filled the streets in the Spanish resort town, a popular holiday destination with Brits, stopping a local from driving down the road.

The unruly football fans banged the roof of the man’s silver car outside the Queens Arms English Pub.

The enraged motorist then leapt out of the car and squared up to one of the men – who is seen taunting and filming him – before punching him in the face.

The burly man then turned his attention to two other fans as they tried to flee, hitting them both.

The attacker then went back and hit the first supporter, who largely seemed unfazed, three more times.

Several other men then start to join in, shouting and throwing punches at lairy England fans.

The threat of violence prompted dozens of the drunken tourists clear out of the street, with a motorbike knocked over in the chaos as they fled.

Ten German Bombers is a chant about the RAF shooting down Luftwaffe planes during WW2, and is widely seen as distasteful.

t mocks German casualties in the war and is sung to the tune of She’ll Be Coming Round the Mountain. It includes the line ‘And the RAF from England shot them down’.

It has been adopted by some fans at international matches, including the current Euros tournament, despite sparking backlash.

England manager Gareth Southgate previously slammed the chant as ‘completely unacceptable.’

He said after a friendly in Dortmund had been marred by fans singing the chant: ‘We’ve moved on from those times. Or should have moved on from those times.’

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