Wembley Stadium could face an investigation after bar staff were caught on video making ‘disgusting’ pints by scooping beer from an overflowing drip tray.

A video that went viral on social media showed a member of staff filling plastic pint glasses with beer that had collected in a pool on the bar during the fight between Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte on Saturday night. 

The clip, which was posted to Tik Tok by @ledit_whatuwant, was sarcastically captioned “Who wants beer from Wembley Stadium?”



Many called on Brent Council to investigate the incident, suggesting it could be a matter for environmental health officers. 

The council confirmed that it is aware of the concerns and that it has passed the issue on to its team that manages food safety. 

It was reported that Wembley charged more than £7 for a pint of beer during the event, where 94,000 people saw Fury retain his WBC heavyweight world title with a sixth-round knockout. 

But while many people were impressed with what happened in the ring, they were “disgusted” by what they saw on Tik Tok. 

One said it was “absolutely awful”, while another said it made him “feel sick” and people should be entitled to refunds. 

Another said “people deserve better”, particularly given the cost of tickets to the fight and the price of the food and drink inside the ground. 

Before the fight, the council had imposed an alcohol ban along Olympic Way – the main path leading from Wembley Park Station to the stadium – and the surrounding streets.

It said any fans caught drinking in these areas would see their alcohol confiscated, while they could also be fined. 

This might have encouraged people to get into the venue earlier, where they could access drinks at its kiosks. 

The Local Democracy reporting service has contacted the Football Association, which manages Wembley Stadium, for comment.