Police call for witnesses after Bellamy-gate
By Harry Amber-Mitchell
Tuesday 05 Aug 2008 17:01:00
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Suffolk Constabulary have not received any complaints over the Bellamy incident against Ipswich last night.

The police haven't singled out Bellamy's alleged verbal altercation as the reason, but seeing as not much else happened that day, it seems fairly easy to reason they're covering their bases.

"No formal complaints have been received by either Suffolk Police or Ipswich Town," said a spokesperson for Suffolk Constabulary to the Waltham Forest Guardian.


"However, if any member of the public witnessed an incident at the Ipswich Town versus West Ham match at Portman Road on Monday, they should contact PC Marc Norman, football intelligence officer, on 01473 613500."

We haven't heard anything about what was allegedly said to the female supporter by Bellamy, but it must have been pretty bad to get this much attention.

But people, lest we forget the Eric Cantona incident? Sometimes supporters boil over at players, and sometimes...sometimes they react back.


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