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Crazy moment Leeds United fans pass alcohol between moving cars

Yes, you read that right – a group of Leeds United fans pass alcohol between two moving vehicles while driving down to Wembley for their side's Championship Play-off Final against Southampton.

The vast majority of us love a cheeky beer before the game, but these supporters may just taken that tradition a little too far this time.

Reckless Leeds United fans pass alcohol between two moving vehicles

Leeds United fans pass alcohol between moving cars ahead of Championship Play-off Final
Photo by Icon Sport

Watch: Leeds United fans pass alcohol between two moving cars

Depending on your personal perspective, these supporters are either heroes or incredibly careless – and potentially a combination of the two.

While driving at an unknown speed, a group of Leeds fans recorded the moment that they were able to successfully transfer drink from one vehicle to the other – all without needing to stop.

As football fans, there will be parts of all of us that not only respect their bravery but also their dedication to ensuring such a tradition lives on. But, from a safety point of view, their own as well as those around them, it was an incredibly dangerous moment.

One wrong move and a serious accident could have followed. Drinks at the footy are important – but are they really that important?

Fans react online

While there was certainly a large portion of fans praising their behaviour, there was an equally large portion pointing out the obvious risks associated with such antics.

One supporter took to X, formerly Twitter, to say: “Numpties, imagine the call to the families if that all went wrong.”

Truthfully, we football fans have done many stupid things over the years, and while this is certainly and undeniably one of them, it is also not even close to being the worst. Thankfully, no one was injured and hopefully, there will be no further issues after the full-time whistle is blown.


Harry Dowsett

Freelance football writer with experience writing for multiple digital platforms, such as GIVEMESPORT. Recently graduated from Portsmouth University with a media studies degree - completing a dissertation on the evolution of sports journalism in the process. He has a love for Arsenal Football Club and a passion for football as a whole.

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