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A man burns a sign at Swan Street, Richmond while Tigers fans celebrate the victory of their team in the AFL Grand Final 2019 in Melbourne

Richmond fan is arrested after burning a Giants supporter sign on the roof of a pub after the heroic Grand Final victory of the Tigers

  • Richmond fan was arrested after burning a board to support the GWS Giants
  • The Tigers won the second premiership in three years after they defeated the Giants
  • The party started immediately with Swan Street flooded in yellow and black
  • A man climbed onto a roof and held up the board with the face of GWS player Toby Greene
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A Richmond fan was arrested after burning a board to support the GWS Giants after their embarrassing loss of 89 points in the AFL final.

The Richmond Tigers won their second premiership in three years after they humiliated the Giants on Saturday in Melbourne with a final score of 114-25.

The party started right after the game when enthusiastic Tigers fans went to Swan Street to celebrate the crushing victory of their team.

A man burns a sign at Swan Street, Richmond while Tigers fans celebrate the victory of their team in the AFL Grand Final 2019 in Melbourne

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A man burns a sign at Swan Street, Richmond while Tigers fans celebrate the victory of their team in the AFL Grand Final 2019 in Melbourne

Tigers fans celebrate the victory of their team by burning a GWS Giants board with the face of Toby Greene on it

Tigers fans celebrate the victory of their team by burning a GWS Giants board with the face of Toby Greene on it

Tigers fans celebrate the victory of their team by burning a GWS Giants board with the face of Toby Greene on it

Dramatic images show police moving in the crowd and protecting fans while torches leave on Swan Street

Dramatic images show police moving in the crowd and protecting fans while torches leave on Swan Street

Dramatic images show police moving in the crowd and protecting fans while torches leave on Swan Street

A fan in particular was so excited that he climbed on a telegraph pole and jumped around 7 pm on a roof on the corner of Lennox and Swan Street.

Once on the roof, he set fire to a sign supporting the giants, with a large picture of Toby Greene's face, saying: & # 39; Love ya oats, Uncle-Toby & # 39 ;.

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The man, wearing distinctive glasses, was cheered on by the crowd while holding the burning sign.

According to The Herald Sun., violence broke out when the man climbed back to the telegraph pole where he was met by the police.

Dramatic footage shows how the police go into the crowd and protect the fans while the flames bounce off Swan Street.

Flares merged into the busy district of Richmond, while thousands of fans celebrated the win.

Greene was slammed by fans during the game on Saturday after he seemed to be gushing a Richmond player in the opening quarter.

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In footage of the incident, Greene Tigers player can hold Liam Baker with one arm on the floor as he grabs his face with his other hand.

The man climbed on a telegraph pole to go up on the roof and celebrate the victory of his team on Saturday

The man climbed on a telegraph pole to go up on the roof and celebrate the victory of his team on Saturday

The man climbed on a telegraph pole to go up on the roof and celebrate the victory of his team on Saturday

Violence broke out when the man climbed back to the telegraph pole where he was met by the police

Violence broke out when the man climbed back to the telegraph pole where he was met by the police

Violence broke out when the man climbed back to the telegraph pole where he was met by the police

Flares merged into the busy district of Richmond, while thousands of fans celebrated the win
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Flares merged into the busy district of Richmond, while thousands of fans celebrated the win

Flares merged into the busy district of Richmond, while thousands of fans celebrated the win

& # 39; Dirty when they come. No surprises, & # 39; a fan wrote online.

Greene does not seem to have learned his lesson after being sidelined by the tribunal for a week after the Giant's semi-final win against the Brisbane Lions.

He imposed a fine of $ 7,500 for being found guilty of serious misconduct for an ugly incident with Bulldogs star Marcus Bontempelli during the game.

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The tribunal decided that Greene had made unreasonable contact with the eye zone of Lion's midfielder Lachie Neale.

During the celebration on Swan Street, fans also lit a GWS scarf while fans kept singing about Greene.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Victoria Police for comments.

Once on the roof, he set fire to a sign supporting the giants with a large picture of Toby Greene's face and said: & # 39; Love ya oats, Uncle-Toby & # 39;

Once on the roof, he set fire to a sign supporting the giants with a large image of Toby Greene's face and said: & # 39; Love ya oats, Uncle-Toby & # 39;

Once on the roof, he set fire to a sign supporting the giants with a large picture of Toby Greene's face and said: & # 39; Love ya oats, Uncle-Toby & # 39;

Police move in while flares are deployed on Swan Street while Tigers fans celebrate the victory of their team in the AFL Grand Final 2019

Police move in while flares are deployed on Swan Street while Tigers fans celebrate the victory of their team in the AFL Grand Final 2019

Police move in while flares are deployed on Swan Street while Tigers fans celebrate the victory of their team in the AFL Grand Final 2019

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