Obnoxious footy fans on their way to a rugby match turn a man’s front garden into a urinal
- CCTV footage showed two men standing and urinating in the stranger’s garden
- Four more men joined them moments later. One relieved himself on a nearby ute
- The homeowner said the scene was the worst he had ever seen on his cameras
At least six football fans were caught on CCTV when they simultaneously stopped to urinate in a stranger’s front yard on the way to a game.
The security footage was captured in the front garden of a home in Auckland, New Zealand, on Saturday night after buses dropped 5,000 rugby supporters near the Mt Eden property before kick-off.
The video showed two unidentified men standing and urinating in the middle of the garden, before they were joined by four more just moments later.
One could be seen relieving himself on the side of the homeowner’s ute.
At least six football fans were caught on CCTV when they simultaneously stopped to urinate in a stranger’s front yard on the way to a game (pictured)
The owner, who wished to remain anonymous, said he had never seen anything like it.
‘It was just like a herd of people came in and just started [urinating] over everything,’ he told the New Zealand Herald.
‘It is the worst I have ever seen it and I have had video cameras for years.’
He believed the men rushed to his yard after getting off the bus for the Blues versus Highlanders game in the absence of a toilet.
The man claimed the venue had inadequate portable toilets and lodged complaints with Eden Park and Auckland Transport.
One could be seen relieving himself on the side of the homeowner’s ute (pictured)
An Eden Park spokesman told the publication the venue was disappointed with the actions of a few men in a group of 30,000.
‘Eden Park provides temporary toilets around the surrounding streets … a dozen temporary toilets were installed around the stadium precinct which is in addition to the more than 2000 toilets available inside the venue.’
An Auckland Transport spokesman said 54 buses drove fans to the venue because the trains weren’t running.
He said the business was not aware of any issues.