THIS is the moment footie legend the Wealdstone Raider was arrested during England's quarter-final win over Ukraine.
Pint-sized Gordon Hill, 55, was nicked on suspicion of being drunk and disorderly after fleeing from police on Saturday night.
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Footage showed the builder from Pinner, North West London – who shot to internet fame in 2014 for his hilarious rant at rival fans -being detained by two officers near London Bridge Station.
British Transport Police (BTP) had been called to the station around 8.18pm after reports of anti-social behaviour.
Gordon, a builder from Pinner, North West London, is heard shouting out: "I want witnesses" as he's arrested.
A man videoing the incident is heard saying: "He's getting nicked. I'm witnessing it, mate. F*****g hell."
'YOU WANT SOME'
Repeating one of the Raider's famous phrases, he shouts: "You want some! They're giving it to you."
Gordon's Twitter page later retweeted a mocked-up 'Free Raider' pic of him behind bars, and joked: "Cmon then – after what I’ve been through where’s the go fund me page??"
The arrest came as England demolished Ukraine 4-0 at Wembley to set up a Euro semi-final with Denmark tomorrow.
A BTP spokesman said: "British Transport Police attended London Bridge railway station following a report of anti-social behaviour at 8.18pm on Saturday 3 July.
"A man was arrested on suspicion of being drunk and disorderly in a public place and conveyed to police custody.
"He was later released and no further action was taken."
Wealdstone FC's most famous fan rocketed to internet fame after a video of his "You want some, I’ll give it ya” rant aimed at Whitehawk FC supporters.
He had been to a pub before his team’s Conference South clash with the Brighton-based side.
Footage of the tirade has been viewed has been seen more than 19 million times on YouTube.
The 5ft2in Gordon said he became the most famous footie fan in the world for his phrases such as "You want some? I'll give it ya" and "You've got no fans".
In 2014, almost bagged a Christmas No 1 in the chart when his charity single Got No Fans reached number five.
Gordon, who has more than 65,000 Twitter followers, became a regular at nightclub and promotional appearances.
He went on a tour of universities and was mobbed in Germany.
In 2018, he gatecrashed a Tyson Fury press conference and challenged the heavyweight boxer to a fight.
Speaking in 2015, he said the YouTube video under the title Wealdstone Raider changed his life.
He said: “I can’t walk down the road without being recognised. It’s mental.”
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