Footballer Gets Red Card For Farting Near A Referee.

Farting footballer gets red card How do you go about farting on the pitch during a match as if it's your bedroom? And how on earth could you be that disrespectful farting to a referee's face? Maybe, nervousness or another way of telling the referee, 'I don't like your biased officiating, take this and ponder over it when the match is over!' That could possibly be what this footballer Adam Ljungkvist was thinking when he uncontrollably, farted very close to a referee during a match in which his team finally lost. A report says the talented Swedish player had been booked with a yellow card during the ninth tier match in Sweden. Out of anger or frustration, he responded without words by letting off smelly gas, loudly. Though the player insists that he, in no way, meant to be disrespectful to either the referee or anyone around him on the pitch by his behavior. He says it was just a case of answering nature's call in a difficult circumstance.  Talking to a Swedish newspaper Lanstidningen Sodertalje, Adam said:"I needed to fart, I had a bad stomach. So I just farted. Then I received a yellow card and then a red." 

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He continued: “The ref ‘may have thought that I farted in my hand and threw it towards him, but he didn’t say.’

“I was shocked, it’s the strangest thing I have ever experienced on a football field,” Adam explained to the paper.

“I asked the referee, ‘what am I not allowed to break wind a little?”

“He replied ‘no’.”

Kristoffer Linde, an opposition striker, said: “I was standing a good distance away but I heard the fart loud and clear.

“It’s the strangest thing I’ve seen on a pitch, and I’ve been playing football since I was eight years old.”

Later Adam told German newspaper Aftonbladet that he had to confront the referee at the end of the match to express his anger, but like a gentleman. He said: “I spoke to the referee afterwards, I was annoyed, but there were no bad words. I just said he was a buffoon.”

Referee Dany Kako said: “I perceived it as deliberate provocation. He did it on purpose and it was inappropriate. Therefore, he received a [second] yellow card.”

The flatulent footballer had been playing left-back for Pershagen SK. His team lost 6-2 apparently because he didn’t fart where he should have, at the right time.

Imagine if he (as a left back) had quietly let the gas hover near the goal post for 90 minutes, scaring opponents away from scoring.

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50 Comments on Footballer Gets Red Card For Farting Near A Referee.

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  5. So funny that this can happen in football. This is 21st century for Peter’s sake. That referee shouldn’t be on the pitch again.

  6. If Messi, Ronaldo or other players do the same, will they be this popular? This brings the best and funny side of football to light. He should have been given a few minutes on the sidelines to see his team doctor.

  7. This story just made my day. I’ll remember this player and the referee for a long long time.

  8. Farting and football should go together now. That’s nature at work, isn’t it?

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  10. 福岡での包茎手術 // September 15, 2016 at 8:26 pm // Reply

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  13. ジャグラー 台選び // September 23, 2016 at 8:40 am // Reply

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  16. I wonder what I would do if I were the referee. Maybe just staying away from that player will solve the mess.

  17. Don’t they have a team doctor?

  18. Quick thinking referee. He did the job right.

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  22. How stupid. That player shouldn’t be allowed to continue playing. The referee was right.

  23. Messi or Ronaldo won’t deny they never did this. Maybe they did but only professionally.

  24. Hilarious post here.

  25. beemp3 proxy // October 1, 2016 at 1:55 pm // Reply

    Didn’t know this could be a problem for a player. He behaved badly even though in my opinion that shouldn’t have been a red card. Oh, I forgot he had a prevuious yellow. Maybe he just wanted to be subbed.

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  47. If he had a problem with farting, he sould have taken pills before the game. He could have moved away from the referee as a sign of respect. Or even mute the sound. That guy acted irresponsibly. That’s my opinion.

  48. Smack his butt like a disrespectful kid.

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  50. This must be a joke, right? How could a professional player behave in this way?

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