Tommy Robinson and ‘White Lives Matter’ Burnley Banner man seen hanging out together in Spain
Jake Hepple, 24, pulled the prank saying he was ‘sick of Black Lives Matter’ being painted all over football grounds and on player’s shirts.
And he had reportedly fled to Spain after becoming recognizable on the streets, where he was seen hanging out with the former English Defence League man.
Hepple, 24, lost his job as a Lancashire welder after hiring a private plane to fly the banner over the Etihad during the clash between Manchester City and Burnley on the 22nd of June, just days into the restart of the Premier League campaign.
He was sacked from his job and barred from Burnley home games for life.
His girlfriend was also reported to have been sacked from her work after making racist statements on social media which were reported.
Robinson, real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, has also been hiding in Spain after he said he was a victim of arson at one of homes in the UK.
He has been seen with Hepple in Fuengirola and in posh parts of Marbella.
Robinson did say this weekend on one of his videos that he was planning on getting residency to Spain and had found a school for his three children yet says he may return to England saying ‘the snowflakes haven’t driven me out yet!’
Hepple is said to have returned to Manchester ‘two days ago’ yet people took to Twitter to say they had seen him out ‘on the beers’ instead of the mandatory quarantine.
Hepple said on Twitter: ‘Muppets. Get a life.’