Two men fined for homophobic abuse at Brighton match

Two men have been fined for chanting homophobic abuse at a football match at Brighton's Amex stadium.

The 19-year-olds, from Stafford, were arrested at Saturday's Brighton and Hove Albion match against Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Sussex Police said they both received public order fixed penalty notices.

Two other men, from Wolverhampton, were charged with failing to comply with a notice to leave a public area. More than 30,000 fans attended the match.

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