A Dartford man has been arrested after West Ham fans were filmed singing an anti-Semitic song towards a Jewish man on a plane.

A video emerged on social media on Thursday appearing to show some Hammers supporters on a flight to from Stansted Airport to Belgium singing the offensive song as the man walked down the aisle to take his seat.

The fans on the flight were on their way to watch West Ham play Belgian side Genk in the Europa League.

The 31-year-old from Dartford voluntarily attended a police station on Monday, November 8.

He has been arrested on suspicion of a public order offence and racially or religiously aggravated harassment.

Two other men previously arrested in connection with the incident have been released on bail until December 1.

West Ham confirmed they have banned two supporters in relation to the incident.

Mnager David Moyes said: “I don’t see our football club being like that. We are a diverse football club. There’s no room for discrimination anywhere.”

Essex Police Chief Superintendent Tom Simons, who is leading the investigation said: “Essex Police will not tolerate racism or discrimination of any kind.

“Having been made aware of the incident this morning, officers worked quickly to secure an arrest at the earliest possible opportunity.”

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