‘Middle-class coke heads’ who do drugs at football games face five-year ban

The Metro says people caught taking or selling cocaine at football matches could be banned from stadiums for five years and have their passports confiscated.

The Metro says people caught taking or selling cocaine at football matches could be banned from stadiums for five years and have their passports confiscated.

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