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Grimsby Town Fans Forced To Show Bras During Security Searches At Stevenage

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 22 / 17

Female football fans were left "shocked and stunned" when they were made to show their bras during security searches at League Two side Stevenage, a supporters' group said, according to Josh Halliday of the London GUARDIAN. At least 10 Grimsby Town supporters "had their bras checked by stewards" bef...

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