Chanting Millwall fans outrage the blonde soccer fan by lifting her on the shoulder because they think she looks like Boris Johnson
- Angela Stewart claims she was lifted into the air by Millwall fans
- She said the fans took her on her shoulders and sang Boris Johnson as a lion.
- Said: & # 39; Should be ashamed. Millwall, please control your fan base. & # 39;
A football fan has attacked vocal Millwall followers, who she claims to have hoisted on her shoulders while calling her "Boris Johnson".
Angela Stewart claims Millwall football fans lifted her up and sang: "Boris Johnson is a lion!" after their game against Derby on Saturday.
After the incident, derby supporter Ms. Stewart tweeted: "To the group of drunk Millwall fans who just put me on the shoulders and sang" Boris Johnson is a lion he hates Corbyn ".
"I don't appreciate being abused, and I don't look like Boris damn Johnson! Should be ashamed. & # 39;
Angela Stewart claims Millwall football fans lifted her up and sang: "Boris Johnson is a lion!" after their game against Derby on Saturday
Angela Stewart claims the drunken fans called her "Boris Johnson" when they lifted her up
She added, "Please stop retweeting this, it's not fun."
Earlier in the day, Ms. Stewart had tweeted, "Can we get" ooooh boris johnsooonn "singing today to celebrate his victory over the shabby left hippies? Proud to be English and proud to be Derby today who does that agree? X & # 39;
Lenny Sherman was among those who saw the funny side and wrote: "On behalf of all real Millwall fans, sincere apologies and congratulations on your election victory."
Micky Gould added: "Come on Ange, finish the Brexit."
And Lee Wallace tweeted a photo of Angela next to one of the prime ministers and said, “I remember a lot of Reading fans who called me Andy Johnson when he played for us just because I didn't have a lot of hair.
"I don't look like him at all. I suspect it is the same with you. Just because you're blonde, you're called Boris. While you don't look anything … oh. & # 39;
When her original tweet was shared more than 30,000 times, she added, "Please stop tweeting this again, it's not fun."
Ms. Stewart was not amused and replied, "Millwall, please control your own fan base."
When her original tweet was shared more than 30,000 times, she added, "Please stop tweeting this again, it's not fun" – although it didn't scare off social media users.
Derby County lost Saturday's home game to Millwall 0-1 and extended the team's unbeaten run to seven games. It was the first time since August that Derby County was defeated at home.
MailOnline asked Ms. Stewart for a comment.