THREE Legia Warsaw fans have been arrested in Madrid after assaulting two waitresses and attempting to steal a cash register.
It is reported that the supporters were drinking in a bar for a several hours before they started to annoy other customers and staff.
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Shortly before 4pm, the three men in their 30s decided to take things to the next level by trying to steal cash register before a member of staff tried to stop them.
According to AS, the hooligans also attempted to steal a mobile phone from one of the female staff before pelting them with abuse.
Three Legia Warsaw fans arrested in Madrid for assaulting waitresses and trying to steal cash register
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When police eventually arrived on the scene, the Legia Warsaw fans confronted the coppers before being arrested.
Ahead of the reverse fixture in two weeks time, the two teams will play behind closed doors after Legia were sanctioned by UEFA for racist behaviour and fighting in the stands during their tie against Borussia Dortmund.
They were also fined €80,000 as a punishment.
Spanish authorities have increased police presence in Madrid with around 3,500 Legia fans thought to be in the Spanish capital.