Stripper’s porn video hijacks Chester FC Zoom Q&A with fans in chaotic scenes

A supporter meeting for Chester FC had to be abandoned – following the interruption of a female stripper.

The National League North side, who are owned by fans, saw over 170 members log onto Thursday night’s meeting.

They were due to receive an update on the current season with uncertainty surrounding the rest of the campaign.

The meeting was open to members and non-members but had to be cut short before a planned interview with joint-manager Anthony Johnson.

Directors were instead replaced by a porn video with a topless woman being shown on the screen.

Images show Johnson in hysterics while others look stony-faced with the meeting consequently abandoned.

City Fans United, who organised the meeting, issued a statement that read: “Due to the offensive material that appeared during our Zoom meeting this evening, we were forced to bring our meeting to a close earlier than anticipated.

“Apologies to anyone that was offended by the material that suddenly appeared on the meeting, and we removed it as quickly as possible, but unfortunately repeated attempts meant we had no alternative but to close the meeting.

“We were at the point where Anthony Johnson was about to do a Q&A, so we will put a separate article together to provide you with the answers that he was going to give to your questions, in the very near future.

“Again, apologies for the events that were completely out of our hands this evening.”

Chester are currently second in the National League North, though has voted to declare the season null and void due to financial reasons.

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  • The club are waiting for the votes of other teams to see whether the current season will continue, though the meeting to discuss events could not be completed.

    Club chairman Andrew Morris told Cheshire Live: "It's always great to have so many people on a Zoom call, sadly there were some people who obviously joined with a different agenda than talking about the challenges of non-league football!

    "It's obviously entirely unsuitable with what we believe as a club but we don't take ourselves too seriously. I'm sorry if anybody was offended about it.

    “But what we missed out on the meeting, the interview with 'Jonno', will be shared out later.

    "It was a very serious meeting looking at how the club will move forward so at least it happened near the end. But it certainly made for a very interesting CFU membership.

    “Hopefully we will get a surge on members from the meeting although I am not sure we will be accepting one of them!"

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