Liverpool fans kick in after a toilet leaks during their 30-hour bus ride to Madrid, with most of their luggage in the urine
- Urine has leaked from the toilet in a bus that brings Liverpool supporters to Madrid
- Wee only leaked a third of the 30-hour trip to the fans' luggage
- A traveling fan of Reds tweeted: & # 39; 80 percent of the bags are covered with p *** & # 39;
When flights from Liverpool to Madrid were sold out for the Champions League final, dedicated fans took all the resources needed to reach the Spanish capital.
But for some, a 30-hour bus ride from Merseyside got worse on Thursday night when the urine from the toilet leaked onto the supporters' luggage.
Reds fan Jamie took Twitter and revealed that almost all the suitcases in his bus were soaked.
Urine has leaked from the toilet in a bus that takes Liverpool fans to the Champions League final
As he wrote during a stopover, he said: & # 39; 80 percent of the bags are covered with p *** because there has been a leak Hahahaha. & # 39;
The photo shows confused fans inspecting their luggage, with various wet spots on the sidewalk.
It seems that the group left Liverpool at noon on Thursday and the toilet leaked before they reached the ferry.
Unhappy fans had another 20 hours on a bus full of urine, before they arrived in Madrid on Friday.
Fortunately Jamie's luggage did not get wet, but other fans were not so lucky.
The group left Thursday afternoon around noon and the toilet leaked shortly thereafter
Jamie wrote: & # 39; The sound from me, but an old man literally has no underwear left for the entire trip because (sic) they are steeped in stale ***. & # 39;
& # 39; What the hell are you, & # 39; another said.
Jamie claimed that a few frugal fans offer to sell their underwear.
However, the die-hard Reds may not care if they beat Spurs in the Champions League final on Saturday night.
Liverpool is the favorite for the full English collision at the Wanda Metropolitano stadium in the Spanish capital.
A Liverpool fan of the coach claimed that his possessions were okay, but others were not so lucky
Direct flights from Liverpool and London were sold out within hours of the semi-final, so fans were looking for other means to come to Madrid.
Some coaches cost several hundred euros & # 39; s and almost every hotel room is sold out.
More than 100,000 British football fans are expected to descend into the Spanish capital and drink dry.
Air Traffic Control provider Nats said Friday would probably be the busiest day ever in British airspace, with more than 9,000 flights to the airspace.
The same fan said another passenger is selling their underwear to a victim of the leak
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