Watch: Northern Ireland fans hiss at supporter wearing Irish jersey in Dublin airport
This is the moment a large group of Northern Ireland fans heading to France for Euro 2016 hissed at a supporter wearing an Ireland jersey in Dublin airport.
The supporters were flying out to Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris from Terminal 2 when they spotted a number of supporters wearing Republic of Ireland jerseys.
A video, captured by Independent.ie, shows some fans hissing at one man.
Earlier our team observed the same group of fans booing another man wearing an Ireland jersey.
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Footage also shows the travellers singing “sheep s*****s, sheep s*****s” at a group of Welsh fans who were using Dublin airport as a hub for getting to France.
However the Welsh fans were up for the banter responding with "we know who we are, we know who we are".
Northern Ireland begin their campaign against Poland in Nice on Sunday.
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