Watch shocking moment rowdy Cardiff fans destroy Bristol City toilets and tear down ROOF

CARDIFF fans caused extensive damage in the away end at Ashton Gate after trashing the toilets following the club's 3-2 defeat against Bristol City.

Footage has appeared on social media of supporters wrecking the facilities by tearing down roof panels in both the male and female toilets.


Wires could be seen hanging down from the ceiling, with insulation laying on the ground.

Water was also visible on the floor, indicating that a minority of the travelling Cardiff faithful may have broken a pipe.

And the Bluebirds have condemned the actions of the fans, with the Welsh side offering to foot the bill.

Cardiff's correspondent for Wales Online Glen Williams has taken to social media to state that the club are in contract with Bristol regarding the damages.

He tweeted on Sunday: "Have spoken to the club this morning.

"They say they are 'extremely disappointed' by the actions of a minority of fans at Ashton Gate regarding the smashed up toilets.

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"Cardiff have contacted Bristol City to offer to pay for the damage caused."

According to Bristol Live, the Robins will be examining CCTV footage to see if the culprits can be identified.

And Wales Online have declared that Cardiff will assist Bristol and the police in their enquiries.

Cardiff broke the deadlock on Saturday against Bristol through James Collins' 31st minute strike.

But their lead lasted just two minutes as Chris Martin equalised for the hosts, before he doubled his tally just after the hour mark.

Austrian ace Andreas Weimann then put Bristol 3-1 up in the 70th minute, before Max Watters pulled a goal back in stoppage time.

The defeat leaves Cardiff in 20th spot – just four points above the drop zone.

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