The Inevitable Arsenal Fan Burning a Robin Van Persie Jersey Video

You knew it was only a matter of time before an Arsenal fan took a Robin Van Persie jersey out in to their yard and set it on fire. It's the natural fan reaction to their club selling on a former star player and honestly who can blame these lads for taking out their frustration on a poor, innocent piece of merchandise. That or people just really like setting things on fire.

There's probably more constructive ways to deal with the pain and frustration brought on by RVP's move, but these guys clearly are capable of coming up with a better idea. I'm guessing that Piers Morgan will think this was a really cool and I fully expect him to tweet about it soon...or call Van Persie a "whore" or a "mercenary, heartless, selfish little s**t" again.

Enjoy the carnage after the jump.

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