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Staffordshire Police Twitter Account Brutally Troll Arsenal Fan Over ‘Missing Person’ Ozil

Staffordshire Police Twitter Account Brutally Troll Arsenal Fan Over ‘Missing Person’ Ozil

Arsenal fans are still recovering from their first Premier League defeat of the season against Stoke City yesterday, and it seems just about everybody is trolling them – including Staffordshire Police.

The Gunners were condemned to a 1-0 reverse at the Britannia Stadium yesterday afternoon, with former Real Madrid striker Jese scoring the winner.

As is often the case on tough away trips, Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil failed to make much of an impact on proceedings, and it hasn’t escaped the attention of the local police force.

Responding to an Arsenal fan enquiring about a ‘robbery’ in the area on Twitter, Stoke Police decided to fight fire with fire and swiftly replied with a knockout blow:

To be fair, it wasn’t a great display by the German, and for somebody asking for £300,000 per week, you’d probably expect a little better.

But, still, absolutely top bantz for the lads at Stoke Police.

Their staff nights out must be absolutely epic.

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