A SPURS fan who hurled urine at rival supporters is an estate agent who had previously carried out a pitch invasion.
Lucas Louka was pictured invading the pitch and hugging players after Tottenham’s 4-4 draw with Arsenal in October 2008[/caption]
In the video of this week’s incident a fan is seen peeing into the cup before handing it to grinning Louka who throws it towards Hammers fans including children.
He claims it was prank and that the cup held cider.
Last night Louka told The Sun: “We switched it to a cup of cider while we were filming and that’s what I threw. It was just a bit of banter. It’s a prank gone wrong. I’ve probably let the club down but I want people to know it’s not what it seems.”
Drinking pitchside and throwing objects are both offences under football ground regulations.
Louka, of Chingford, East London, hugged Spurs players Aaron Lennon, Luka Modric and Darren Bent in the 2008 pitch invasion.
He claims no further action was taken over the incident but his mother said he received a caution.
When shown the video, she said: “I’m shocked, he’s a good boy. He’s not a hooligan.
“He was cautioned for jumping on the pitch in 2008.”
A source said: “He’s actually a very smart guy from a good family but he’s always been heavily influenced by people around him.”
A Tottenham spokesman said: “This behaviour is unacceptable and we are currently investigating and working to identify the individual responsible.”
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