Video footage taken by rival fans purports to show Arsenal soccer club fans hurling anti-Semitic abuses while on their way on public transport in London to a match on Saturday, the MailOnline reports.
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The Tottenham fan who filmed the clip, is quoted as saying, declining to be identified: "I was on my way to the game on SaturdayThere was a certain group of people who were chanting and shouting.
"The video I shot isn't the half of it - they were singing about the Holocaust and Auschwitz - I've heard that kind of thing before but it doesn't normally happen with Arsenal.
"There weren't really any other [Tottenham] Spurs fans on the train, but there were normal commuters. No one seemed shock, some people were actually laughing.
"I was really offended by it."
He further says he complained to police "but they didn't really do anything about it."