Sick Genk fans hang sex doll with ex-player's name on back from stands… before running it over with cardboard train

SICK fans of Belgian side Genk hanged a sex doll bearing an ex-player's name with a noose around its neck – then ran it over with a cardboard train.

The disgusting scenes took place during the Belgian league leader's 3-3 draw against Zulte Waregem yesterday.

An inflatable sex doll was smuggled into the stadium, depicting former midfielder Alejandro Pozuelo with his name and number 24 on the back of a blue shirt.

Pozuelo, 27, was captain of the Belgian side and was considered a fan favourite.

But he left the club to join MLS outfit Toronto FC earlier on March 4 and Genk fans were furious.

That is because just two months earlier he stated he wanted to stay with the Belgian side.


He previously said: “My wife supported me, saying that I should stay here and that I needed to help the club win the championship.”

Pozuelo was scheduled to play in the match against Zulte Waregem as a farewell to Genk but he reportedly decided to travel to Spain to help support his ill grandfather.

So a group of Genk fans decided to create the doll and tie the noose around its neck.

To make the vile scene worse, they also created a cut-out figure of a train which they moved along a pole – across a train track – towards the Pozuelo doll, pretending to run him over with it.

Stewards did eventually remove the doll but it is unclear if Genk will face sanctions over their fans' behaviour.

The Spaniard, 27, spent the 2013/14 season with Swansea in the Premier League, scoring twice and assisting six in his 36 games with the Welsh side.

After leaving the Liberty Stadium, Pozuelo spent a year at Rayo Vallecano before joining Genk in August 2015.

He made an impact in the Belgian league, scoring 25 goals and grabbing 60 assists in 175 appearances.

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