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New London High School principal William ''Tommy'' Thompson III said a fight broke out after fans in Plainfield used the N-word in taunts against the players, called them ''monkeys'' and told them to ''get back in their cages'' when the players were heading to their buses Friday.
He told us that he was unable to tolerate the regular pressure and taunts by Anchal ( 29)," deputy commissioner of police ( Delhi west) V.
The federation is asking the officers not to react to taunts.
SICK terrorist and offensive taunts fired at new player Mido have sparked outrage among Boro fans.
Not only was she attacked but she had to endure taunts while it happened.
Aaron went through a season of real disgusting, threatening taunts.
He had them before and the vet believes they were brought on by the stress of all the taunts and attacks on him.
Rooney's agent said the man confronted the teenager about his controversial transfer last August, but denied claims that his client had lashed out and insisted the player had not responded to taunts.
During the course of the game it became apparent there were taunts being directed towards Dwight Yorke,' Mr Singleton said.
Former Blackburn star Yorke said he was the subject of monkey taunts by fans as he warmed up prior to his 74th-minute introduction as a substitute.
The Trinidad and Tobago international had to suffer reported `monkey' taunts from two fans when warming up during the second half of his team's Premiership clash with his former club Blackburn at Ewood Park yesterday.
Illegal conduct--sometimes dismissed as "horseplay" or "locker-room antics"--increasingly includes sexual taunts, simulated sex acts, use of female pronouns, and threats of sexual aggression, she said.