UNLUCKY Liverpool fans had their luggage drenched in urine following a coach toilet leak on the way to Madrid for the Champions League final.
One Reds supporter, whose suitcase luckily avoided getting wet, claimed passengers were left without fresh underwear for the whole trip.
Hundreds of dedicated supporters had to travel by coach as direct flights sold out immediately following the Champions League semi-finals.
And one of them, Jamie, revealed on Twitter the behind-the-scenes of a nightmare 30-hour journey dedicated Liverpool fans took to support their team at Wanda Metropolitano tomorrow.
He shared a picture showing passengers inspecting their suitcases during a stopover and a few wet patches on the road.
Jamie wrote: “80 per cent of the bags are covered in p*** cos there’s been a leak hahahaha.”
TAKING THE PEE
It appears the unlucky fans embarked on their long journey at midday on Thursday.
And the toilet malfunction happened even before the coach reached the border.
Jamie claimed some of the unlucky fans lost their underwear for the whole trip.
He said: “Mine’s sound but some old man literally has no undies left for the full trip because they’re drenched in stale p***.”
And Jamie added that other business-minded supporters were offering to sell their own panties.
Around 80,000 Liverpool and Spurs fans are expected to travel to Madrid for the first all-England Champions League final since 2008.
Flight prices reportedly went as high as £1,300 ahead of the highly-anticipated game.
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But SunSport found out that plane tickets for as little as £243 were available to supporters in the week before Saturday’s showdown.
Our chief sports writer Dave Kidd spotted a number of Tottenham fans travelling to Madrid via Frankfurt – where they stumbled upon upset Arsenal supporters making their way back from Baku.
The Gunners were embarrassed in the Europa League final, losing 4-1 to Chelsea in Azerbaijan’s capital.