West Ham United fans quenched their thirst by ordering booze to their train once supplies ran dry.
Hammers supporters made the trip to Brighton on Saturday to watch their side get thumped 4-0 and edge closer to the relegation zone. But their journey to the Amex took a thrilling turn when they decided to place an order through Uber Eats from their carriage.
With service delayed due to a signalling failure, fans had already finished their booze well before arriving at the ground. And so diehard supporter Jordan Sullivan arranged to collect packs of Strongbow Cider once his train stopped at Three Bridges station in Crawley en-route to Brighton.
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The mastermind’s plan was almost foiled when the delivery driver waited for the train to arrive at the wrong platform. Video footage on Twitter showed the thirsty travelling supporters panicking while urging Jordan to tell the Uber Eats driver they would in fact be approaching platform five.
But Jordan, cool under pressure, ran onto the platform to collect the order before racing back and jumping into the carriage with just seconds to spare.
The mission was filmed by his pal Daniel, with fellow passengers cheering the success and Jordan cheersing the camera with his Carlsberg.
Daniel told The Sun regarding the plan: “It was the only highlight of our day.
"It was probably a good thing we’d had a few before the game because it was a tough watch.
“Thing was, it nearly all went wrong because the bloke was on the wrong platform.”
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