A QPR fan got his comrades cheering but angered Bristol City’s traveling faithful with his hilarious antics.
The naughty guy was on the bottom row of School End on Monday, the robins on top of the top row.
But City supporters managed to plant a large flag in front of them QPR section behind the gate.
And a brave joker grabbed his moment with both hands.
A video circulating on social media showed the guy running down the steps in front of the stall and picking up the giant St George’s Cross.
He then threw it to the ground and stomped on it repeatedly before laying his ears on the rest of the supporters.
Those on the bottom row absolutely loved it and raved, but those looking down from above booed furiously as they helplessly craved it.
The Hoops fan was clearly enjoying his moment in the spotlight and decided to move on.
He picked up the flag and threw it on the ground again before pretending to wipe his butt and driving his comrades insane.
The man then danced on the flag and when a steward finally went to warn him, casually dropped it over the billboards to start more cheers.
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He then sauntered back to his seat – but not before giving it a go to the away fans as the banter raged on.
Online viewers couldn’t get enough of the naughty behavior.
One said: “Thanks to this fan who has single-handedly provided us with the most entertainment all season.”
Another wrote: “I’ve been waiting for the a*** wipe. Didn’t disappoint the fair play.”
A third added: “This QPR fan decided to have some fun with a Bristol city Flag dropped by guest end. CLASS.”
However, some on Twitter were appalled at the fan with suggestions the Robins flag was dedicated to a deceased fan.
And it was Bristol City fans who had the final say as Mark Sykes and Sam Bell secured a 2-0 win on the pitch last day an exciting championship season to finish 14th under Nigel Pearson.