How horny does someone have to be to hijack a sixth-tier football club’s Zoom meeting with a bunch of porn? I don’t know, but that’s what happened to National League North side Chester FC who were forced to abandon the session after the hackers took over.
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More than 170 fans had logged into the meeting of the supporter-owned club to give updates on the campaign, but it had to be cut short before a planned interview with manager Anthony Johnson when directors were replaced by a porn video.
👇 Yes, unfortunately tonight’s @CityFansUnited zoom meeting has been cut short due to – ahem – outside interference.
Read the standing orders and put them away, Lynn. https://t.co/GLDQ3RAwpe
— Chester FC (@ChesterFC) February 11, 2021
Let me tell you something, the handforth parish zoom meeting has absolutely nothing and I mean NOTHING on what I’ve just witnessed on the Chester FC zoom.
— Anthony Johnson (@amjonno) February 11, 2021
— Will Taylor (@Will_Taylor29) February 11, 2021
— The Sun Football ⚽ (@TheSunFootball) February 13, 2021
Cheshire club chairman Andrew Morris said:
Sadly there were some people who obviously joined with a different agenda than talking about the challenges of non-league football.
Welp, I suppose any hole’s a goal. Although I am wondering whether this was really the work of some horny trolls with nothing better to do or maybe a rival club trying to sabotage Chester FC? After all, the club is second in the National League North table and trail leaders Gloucester by 7 points with a game in hand. Could Gloucester, or maybe 3rd and 4th place AFC Fylde or Brackley Town be behind this? What about Kidderminster Harriers (5th)? They sound like a club that would sabotage a rival’s Zoom meeting for sure.
It might not even matter really, because the league has been in absolute turmoil thanks to COVID-19, and it looks as though the season may be declared null and void any day now. No way of knowing how hardcore the porn got but seems a pretty apt way of stating how f*cked things are at the moment with non-league football. That’s just how it goes right now.
To watch a student get robbed in the middle of her online class in Ecuador, click HERE. Who said home learning was safer?