#WengerOut protest reach new heights in KL

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A World Cup announcement press conference in Kuala Lumpur was interrupted by an unwanted visitor in a chicken suit with an Arsenal related sign.

All over the world, there have been plenty of protest from disgruntled Arsenal fans against Arsene Wenger and it was no different in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Although this one had a slightly different twist to it.

Wenger's continued stay at Arsenal in what is another disappointing season with the Gunners, especially in the Premier League has led to their own fans becoming increasingly disillusioned with the way the club is run.

In a press conference by Astro, the official broadcaster of the FIFA 2018 World Cup in Malaysia, an unsuspecting individual manage to evade security to display a sign with just "#WengerOut". 

Funny-Man Chicken Suit-Wenger Out

(C) Stadium Astro

The event organiser as well as the two guests in former Lazio forward Hernan Crespo and former Manchester United star Louis Saha were caught off-guard when the individual dressed in a chicken suit walked in casually, imitating the clucking sound of a chicken to display his home-made sign.

It took a moment before everyone realised that it wasn't a gimmick and was in fact a proper gatecrasher, before the security finally moved in on the individual to remove him from the scene. The individual is believed to have been released with a warning but the damage has already been done.

This is not the first instance of such public display in Malaysia as there were several fans that turned up for the 2017 Malaysia Cup final with the same hashtag signs last year.

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