Written by Dan Cun

Friday, 8 June 2012

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Polish football fans are furious after Dutch players went on a tirade of racial abuse aimed at Poles. Some Poles threatening to walk out of the country until the Dutch are eliminated from the tournament.

Polish fans claim that Dutch players made barking sounds, implying that all Polish women were dogs, put their fingers to their noses in a reference to all Polish men having moustaches, threw Polish sausage at them from the pitch, insinuated that Poles were cowards, after just "giving in" during the 2nd World War and then after the Russians took over and worst of all mocked the Polish tradition of Pole dancing, where Polish women are forced to dance on stage, for money, irrelevant of the fact they have moustaches or not.

A Polish spokesman said "The Dutch behavior is disgusting. They are just spoiling the tournament by attacking Poles, I wouldn't mind but their women are all prostitutes, all Dutch men sport foppish hair, they only eat French fries with mayonnaise on them and to suggest we are cowards? After they rolled over during the war also? It is just crazy!"

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Topics: Racism, Euro 2012

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