Queens Park Rangers fans, already aggrieved with vastly-increased season ticket prices before the start of their Premier League campaign, were hit with a new insult on Saturday, as they were forced to pay £2 to get out of Loftus Road during their 4-0 defeat by Bolton Wanderers.
It was the latest smack in the mouth for Rangers fans, who, after the sublime feeling of promotion from the Championship last season, have had to put up with ludicrous ticket increases - typically of as much as £15 - at the same time as knowing their team has made few, if any, genuine, big name signings.
But worse was to come, as fans drifting out of the ground not long after half-time on Saturday were faced with stewards demanding that they hand over an 'exit fee' so that they could get home for their teas.
One fan, who didn't have enough money to 'bale' himself out of the ground, had to be assisted by a loan from his mate, but several hundred more who didn't have this option, are still stuck in the stadium.
A Rangers spokesman said:
"We'll be charging for use of the bog roll next!"