Fans jump on cars in shocking scenes as Stoke fans destroy toilets against rivals Port Vale

STOKE'S clash with Port Vale has been hit with even more controversy as Potters fans jumped on cars and trashed their opponents toilets last night.

At least 12 fans were arrested last night during the first Potteries derby in 16 years, as Port Vale beat Stoke's Under-21s 4-0.

Fans jump on cars in shocking scenes as Stoke fans destroy toilets against rivals Port ValeBPM Media7 Stoke fans jumped on cars after the 4-0 loss to Port Vale in the Checkatrade Trophy
Fans jump on cars in shocking scenes as Stoke fans destroy toilets against rivals Port ValeReuters7 Police had earlier struggled to contain the crazy scenes at Vale Park

Seats were ripped from the stands and launched towards police and stewards – along with bottles and flares – as the Checkatrade Trophy contest boiled over.

Following the game, footage of the Port Vale bathrooms was spread around social media, with toilets torn out and windows smashed by idiotic supporters.

Now footage has emerged of Stoke fans jumping up and down on cars at around 10.20pm last night.

The incident took place on Hamil Road, as Potters fans loudly chanted: "Go on Stoke!"

Fans jump on cars in shocking scenes as Stoke fans destroy toilets against rivals Port ValeBPM Media7 Cars were left visibly damaged after selfish fans' actions

The state of the away end toilets after tonight’s Vale v Stoke game #pvfc #portvale #scfc #stokecity pic.twitter.com/ZEpzxgIShC

— Mike Baggaley (@MBaggers37) December 4, 2018

Fans jump on cars in shocking scenes as Stoke fans destroy toilets against rivals Port ValeReuters7 Flares were launched on to the pitch at Vale Park in the outrageous clash
Fans jump on cars in shocking scenes as Stoke fans destroy toilets against rivals Port ValeReuters7 Seats were ripped out of the ground during the violent evening

In the clip, one fan can be seen pulling a hood over the his face as his friend steps down from the visibly-damaged bonnet of a vehicle.

A woman claiming to be the owner of the vehicle has slammed the vandals and criticised the lack of police on the evening.

However, many police officers had been diverted to Burslem town centre which had become a flashpoint for violent scenes.

More than 4,000 Stoke fans travelled to the Checkatrade Trophy match, with nearly 8,000 supporters flocking to Vale Park for the hotly-contested affair.

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