THE die-hard Leicester FC fan whose touching tribute to the late club owner was stolen today hit out at the heartless thief. Paul Simmons put his own club shirt, scarf and emotional note on the steps of the London Thai embassy after Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha was killed in a helicopter crash on Saturday. But less than three hours after he laid the tribute, CCTV captured a despicable man stuffing the items into his backpack and strolling off. Mr Simmons, who has followed the Foxes since he was six years old, told the Sun Online: “I’m shocked somebody could do that.” Demanding answers, the devastated Londoner said: “I would like to know why he did it.” The stunned facilities manager also said he hoped police would press charges if they were able to identify the thief. He said: “I’m very sad that my tribute has been taken, I couldn’t get to the ground on Monday so thought this would be the closest place to pay my respect to Vichai and all those that sadly lost their lives. “It was a memory that I had as a fan. It was a shirt that I cared about, I wanted to leave it for Vichai.” Mr… Read full this story
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