• MailOnline probe lays bare the extent of drug-taking at Premier League matches
  • 80 per cent of toilets at derby games last weekend tested positive for cocaine 
  • Eight of 10 cubicles swabbed at Tottenham vs Arsenal found traces of the drug
  • It was the same at Saturday’s Man United vs Man City derby at Old Trafford
  • Thugs high on class A drugs are fuelling an upsurge in football violence 
  • Police officers described ‘phenomenal’ amount of drugs taken by football fans 

Eighty per cent of toilets at last weekend’s Premier League derbies tested positive for cocaine, a shocking MailOnline investigation has found.

Our probe discovered that football thugs high on the class A drug are fuelling a terrifying surge in violence at Premier League grounds.

At Sunday’s bad-tempered North London derby, while a mindless Spurs supporter was trying to kick Arsenal keeper Aaron Ramsdale, we swabbed 10 toilet cubicles at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium to find eight showed signs of the illegal substance.

MailOnline reporter Vivek Chaudhary found widespread evidence of cocaine use in toilets at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, in the match between Spurs and Arsenal on Sunday

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MailOnline reporter Vivek Chaudhary found widespread evidence of cocaine use in toilets at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, in the match between Spurs and Arsenal on Sunday 

Our team used lab-approved swabs (pictured above) which instantly turned blue to indicate the presence of cocaine in the stadium toilets

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Our team used lab-approved swabs (pictured above) which instantly turned blue to indicate the presence of cocaine in the stadium toilets 

Our probe found drugs being taken inside the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium at the same time that the match was marred when a Spurs fan aimed a kick at Arsenal keeper Aaron Ramsdale

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Our probe found drugs being taken inside the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium at the same time that the match was marred when a Spurs fan aimed a kick at Arsenal keeper Aaron Ramsdale.

MailOnline’s findings come as a record number of banning orders preventing fans from going to grounds as a result of drug use and disorder have been imposed. 

Mr Lewis, a former police officer, added: ‘It’s happening everywhere, from Premier League games to the non-league level.

We found evidence of cocaine being snorted on toilet cubicles at two of the Premier League's biggest stadiums

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We found evidence of cocaine being snorted on toilet cubicles at two of the Premier League’s biggest stadiums 

‘We regularly receive reports from our members of white powder being discovered in toilets, on the floor of stands and even outside stadiums. The amount of drugs fans are taking is phenomenal at some games.’

At the full-time whistle of the weekend’s North London and Manchester derbies, MailOnline swabbed the toilets at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and Manchester United’s Old Trafford ground detecting widespread traces of the class A drug on surfaces.

Spurs have tried to stop fans from snorting drugs in the toilets by removing the lids from the cisterns.

But that didn’t stop one supporter emerging from a cubicle rubbing his nose having made snorting noises behind the locked door.

In the family block, with young children wandering around accompanied by their parents, our reporter went inside to see white powder still clearly visible on the toilet roll holder.

A quick wipe along the surface and our lab-approved swab instantly turned blue, indicating that traces of the deadly drug were present.

In some cases, cocaine was visible on the top of toilet cisterns and on toilet roll holders

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In some cases, cocaine was visible on the top of toilet cisterns and on toilet roll holders

It was the same situation at Old Trafford where tests showed a small shelf above the toilet was being used to rack up lines of cocaine.

The worrying discovery of cocaine use at these Premier League games comes as new police figures showed football banning orders issued in relation to matches in England and Wales have increased notably in the first half of the current season compared to the same period last season.

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