Kids hilariously prank football stadium announcer into reading out rude car registration plate

BART SIMPSON would be proud of this.
Three little rascals who went to watch AFC Fylde hammer Ramsbottom had some fun at the expense of the announcer last night.
These three lads pulled off a great prank on the AFC Fylde stadium announcerTwitterThey got in touch with stadium workers to tell them that their dad was blocked in his car in the car park.
Eager to help out, the stadium announcer for the Vanarama National League side read out their message – but did not twig on to what they had written.
The lads’ message claimed their dad was in a white Nissan Micra with the number plate NE14 ABJ.
An oldie but a goodie.
Luckily Fylde, who won 4-1, saw the funny side to it.
The club took the prank in good spiritsTwitterFans loved the lads’ prankTwitter

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They tweeted out a photo of the three lads with the message: “WANTED: This trio pictured in the middle.
“CRIME: Rather cunningly duped our stadium announcer into asking for a white Nissan Micra NE14 ABJ to be moved last night.”
And fans were loving it.
One said: “Give them free tickets.”
Another wrote: “This is incredible!”

by – thesun.co.uk/sport