Young fans make VERY cheeky X-rated matchday announcement request – but it's

A trio of shameless teenagers cheekily asked a stadium announcer to tell a car owner to move their vehicle – with the number plate NE14 ABJ.

In scenes likened to Bart Simpson’s famous prank calls to Moe, the boys told the announcer at National League club AFC Fylde one of their father’s cars was blocked in and it was an emergency.

The trio passed the announcer a ticket with the information ‘WHITE NISSAN MICRA NE14 ABJ’ written on the back at half-time of the game.

They succeeded in their prank after the announcer read out the numberplate for the made-up motor to chuckles from nearly a thousand supporters.

Thankfully the stunt has been taken in good humour by the club, who won the FA Trophy replay 4-1 against Ramsbottom United.

The note which was handed to the oblivious PA announcer
(Image: AFC Fylde /SWNS.COM)

Young fan Jak Saunders filmed the announcement – and he and his pals couldn’t stop giggling after the announcer fell for it.

A tweet released by the club this morning read: “WANTED: This trio pictured in the middle.

“CRIME: Rather cunningly duped our stadium announcer into asking for a white Nissan Micra NE14 ABJ to be moved last night.

“My dad’s blocked in and it’s an emergency – could you read this out?”

Social media users were quick to praise the youngsters’ brash attempts for a laugh.

One said: “Gotta let them off for that lads, it’s well played!”

Another added: “Lads deserve a season ticket each for life!!!!”

Fylde’s tweet has proved to be popular
(Image: AFCFlyde/Twitter)
The Coasters progressed to the FA Trophy quarter-finals
(Image: AFC Fylde/Twitter)

The tweet has gone down well on social media with nearly 4,500 retweets and 13,400 likes on twitter.

Fylde, who will now play Barnet in the quarter-finals as they look to reach Wembley, also uploaded an image of the teen’s SOS note to the announcer.

The game may have seen five goals fly in but that was nothing compared to the first match.

Ramsbottom held the side four leagues above them to a 5-5 draw which forced Tuesday night’s eventful match.

Fylde boss Dave Challinor said: “Tonight is all about Ramsbottom. They’ve done themselves and their division proud.”

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