THREE SCOTTISH RUGBY FANS WHO HURLED VILE ABUSE AT ENGLAND RUGBY COACH EDDIE JONES ARE FINED

Three Scottish rugby fans who hurled vile abuse at England rugby coach Eddie Jones by calling him 'a baldy f****** c***' as they tried to get a drunken selfie were only fined a total of £365.

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