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Sheffield Wednesday fan who saw sex act at Hillsborough tells fans: “Use your hands for clapping!”

The Sheffield Wednesday fan who witnessed a man and woman engaging in a sex act during a game at Hillsborough has cheekily told Owls fans heading to tonight’s Championship clash at Nottingham Forest: “Please use your hands for clapping!”  

Tonight will be the Owls’ first game since a woman was spotted carrying out a sex act on a man during the Owls’ 2-2 draw with Stoke City on Saturday.

Now the Wednesday supporter who witnessed the lewd behaviour – which she says happened on The Kop in front of a 25,000 crowd –  has told female fans to make sure they only use their hands for applauding the team in tonight’s game at the City Ground.

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Twitter user, Chezza, who uses the Twitter handle @Chezricho tweeted: “I will be at Forest tonight. Ladies, please use your hands for clapping not….,” accompanied by five clenched fist emojis.

After Saturday’s game, which saw Wednesday come from 2-0 behind to snatch a point, she wrote: “Still can't get over how I saw a woman masturbating a bloke on Kop today. And I'm not joking.”   

The female fan says a sex act was carried out at Hillsborough during Saturday's game against Stoke.

The female fan says a sex act was carried out at Hillsborough during Saturday's game against Stoke.

She added that the man and woman, who were seated behind her, spoke with foreign accents and added: “They spoke in English but both in foreign accents, so both must have been different nationalities. Jeez some people! It was disgusting in any language!”

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She said the incident had taken place before Barry Bannan’s 82nd minute leveller which saw the Owls rescue a point.

Describing the sordid incident she added: “He had baggy shorts on, her hand was up them. Don’t want to remember the rest.”

But a club spokesman has said that there had been no official report of the incident.

Trevor Braithwait, director of communications at Sheffield Wednesday said: “No such incident was reported to the club either during or after the game in question.”

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In a later tweet, Chezza wrote: “Spoilt rest of the match -genuinely didn't know what to do. Sat right behind me. Only just hitting me what actually happened!”