‘We didn’t see anything because of the cold!’ Allan Saint-Maximin pokes fun at the Newcastle fan who exposed himself in wild celebrations during FA Cup victory over Oxford
- The fan performed a ‘helicopter’ with his penis during Newcastle’s FA Cup win
- The supporter was celebrating Allan Saint-Maximin’s stunning extra time winner
- Reports on Twitter suggest the fan has been given a lifetime ban from all clubs
- Saint-Maximin said the ban is ‘messed up’ and praised the overexcited fan
Allan Saint-Maximin has poked fun at the Newcastle fan who has reportedly been handed a lifetime ban for exposing himself while celebrating the Frenchman’s winner against Oxford United.
The overexcited supporter zipped down his trousers, pulled out his penis and gesticulated with it as Saint-Maximin raced to celebrate with the fans on Tuesday.
Saint-Maximin replied to one of the posts with his trademark humour: ‘That’s messed up since we didn’t see anything because of the cold night (hopefully) #WeWillRememberYouPenicopter.’
Allan Saint-Maximin has poked fun at the Newcastle fan reportedly given a lifetime ban
A Newcastle fan appeared to get a little overexcited celebrating an extra-time winner
Newcastle United previously said they would help police identify the fan whose ‘windmill’ was broadcast live on TV.
Some fans found the celebration funny, particularly as it coincided with a pitch-side advert popping up for Viagra.
But others on social media said children could have seen it.
The 22-year-old celebrates ensuring Newcastle’s progressing to the fifth-round of the FA Cup
The Newcastle forward tweeted his own response to the incident after the final whistle
After the game, Saint-Maximin tweeted ‘me after seeing the helicopter celebration’ and a GIF of a man blinking in surprise.
The Premier League team had been winning 2-0 away but were pegged back by the EFL League One side, who scored twice late on to force extra time.
But Saint-Maximin’s late winner set up a trip to the Hawthorns with Newcastle taking on West Brom next month in their first FA Cup fifth-round clash in 14 years.
The supporter appeared to expose himself after Allan Saint-Maximin’s late winner