Leicester City fans thrown off Madrid train after robbing bar - local media

Leicester City fans thrown off Madrid train after robbing bar - local media

The Leicester fans were reportedly on a high-speed train from Malaga (Marca footage)

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

A group of Leicester City football fans have been thrown off a train bound for Madrid after robbing a bar, according to a Spanish newspaper.

Marca claims the fans were ejected from a high-speed train bound for the Spanish capital from Malaga, after climbing on the train bar and taking drinks from it.

The newspaper has published a video apparently showing the incident, in which a group of people can be seen chanting "it's f*****g free" as they pass out drinks from what appears to be a bar.

The footage can be seen in the article here. (WARNING: Contains strong language)

Marca also reports that Leicester supporters clashed with Spanish police in the centre of police in central Madrid, in what witnesses described as a "pitched battle."

Eight people were reportedly arrested while four people sustained "light injuries."

Leicester take on Atletico Madrid in the quarter-finals of the Champions League tonight as their amazing debut season in Europe's premier club tournament continues.