Former UKIP candidate punched police horse in the face THREE times during riot after football match

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A FORMER UKIP candidate punched a police horse in the face three times during a riot after a football match. Derek Jennings, 53, hit the animal after he was penned in by police officers in an attempt to stop violence after a Portsmouth and Southampton clash last September. Bottles and other missiles were thrown after […]
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