Today's Serie A match between Genoa and Siena was delayed for 30 minutes when Genoa supporters, angered by the team being down 4-0, took matters into their own hands. As reported at Goal.com:
The club's ultras then took action by blocking the entrance to the dressing room as they wanted the players to hand their jerseys over on the grounds that they were not "worthy" of the colours.
All of the Genoa players incredibly cooperated, except loan striker Giuseppe Sculli, who refused to remove his shirt, while wing back Giandomenico Mesto broke down in tears.
Captain Marco Rossi, who was given the responsibility of taking the jerseys and passing them on to the ultras, proceeded to go over to the group of supporters in a bid to bargain with them.
Sculli, you can see in the above video, attempted to negotiate a treaty of sorts with the ultras, who eventually gave the jerseys back and allowed the match to continue. We're still a bit shocked the team actually took their shirts off on the pitch and handed them over; Italy sounds like an excellent place to start a new career as a bank robber. [Balls.ie]