A Dutch soccer fan known as ‘T*ts Man’ was forced to remove her bouncy boobs by authorities during the World Cup in Qatar.
A well-known Oranje fan for his striking attire, Harry ‘Tieten’ Goudsblom also had to remove a OneLove armband which was at the center of controversy at the FIFA tournament.
Goudsblom, or Harry Titsman as he is commonly known, has revealed he avoided any problems in the Netherlands’ 2-0 win over Senegal at the Al Thumama stadium, but ran into problems at the ‘outside.
A regular Dutch TV fan pundit, Goudsblom phoned AD.nl to explain his experience.
“At first there was no problem, neither with the police nor with security, everyone even wanted to take selfies with me, everything went well,” he said.
“Until the game, I saw a goalkeeper talking to an officer and pointing at me. But an officer made a ‘let him go’ gesture.
“However, I later saw two cops go with an iPad to another fan wearing a OneLove band. I was then able to quickly hide my strap under my sleeves.
“After that the party continued, we won the game, danced outside on the stadium pitch and everything. Also took selfies.
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“Then suddenly an overzealous cop showed up and started acting tough. I had to take off and return my OneLove captain armbands.
“Then I had to leave the stadium enclosure, accompanied by about twenty police officers. And along the way, I also had to remove my boobs.
The OneLove rainbow armband has been one of the biggest World Cup stories so far, with FIFA threatening captains with yellow cards for showing the colours.
Fans in Wales have also claimed to have had rainbow colored bucket hats confiscated, with the colors being a symbol of support for the LGBTQ+ community.
Homosexuality is illegal in Qatar, but the organizations were reassured that there would be no problems before the tournament, which has now turned out not to be the case.
Discussing the latest incident, Dutch FA [KNVB] Spokesman Jaap Paulsen said: “We will ask the organizers questions.
“Wales and Denmark have also had a number of incidents of fans wearing rainbow symbols and will keep us updated.
“Tomorrow, we will sit around the table with the organization of the competition. We want it to be clear. Previously, promises had been made that this would not be a problem.
Despite Qatar’s strict laws, both Goudsblom and the KNVB claim to have received reassurances ahead of the tournament and are now confused.
“If it’s not allowed, say so, then I won’t put those boobs on,” Goudsblom said.
“But these cops here don’t know anything anymore. The instructions are just not clear.
“I want to know where I am, if I can be myself again on Friday in the next game.
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