As the FA begins what could be a damaging investigation into an alleged incident at the Emirates Stadium last night, it emerged tonight that, regardless of whether or not Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas be found guilty of spitting at Hull City assistant manager Brian Horton, the Spaniard could face a lengthy ban from wearing stupid clothes.
Fabregas watched from the Arsenal last night as the Gunners controversially beat Hull 2-1 with an offside goal from William Gallas, but at the final whistle, he ran onto the pitch to confront the Tigers' management team, and Horton in particular.
Clad in a leather-look side-zip black plastic blouson, tatty blue jeans and American baseball-type sandshoes, the injured Arsenal midfielder is then alleged to have gobbed at Horton in the tunnel.
Horton claims he didn't realise it was Fabregas doing the spitting, and that he thought it was 'some delinquent kid who had somehow got in amongst the players'.
The FA have now written to Hull about the allegation, and will await their reply before taking any further action, but Fabregas is almost certain to be told to 'grow up' when choosing new clothes, and to shut his stupid cakehole in the future.