Arsenal fans offered £100 to wear Tottenham shirt

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If you were offered cold, hard cash to wear the shirt of your team’s most hated rivals - what would you say?

Ahead of Sunday’s north London derby, ArsenalFanTV presenter Robbie put this to the test by offering Gunners fans the chance to earn the easiest £100 of their lives simply by slipping on a Tottenham shirt.

But how many of those offered the money agreed to turn to the dark side in return for a few quid? (Scroll down to watch the video).

At the end of the day, it’s only a shirt. Why shouldn’t they take the money if offered?

Perhaps if nobody was around to watch and the cameras weren’t rolling, a lot more would have agreed to take the cash.

Video: Arsenal fans offered £100 to wear Spurs shirt

None of them took the money

As it happened, though, none of the Arsenal fans stood outside the Emirates whipped on the Spurs shirt.

Although a few of them looked tempted - some more so than others - they all agreed that £100 wasn’t worth trading in their dignity for.

One fan was offered £1,000 - but still said no

Robbie even tried to tempt to a couple of the Gunners supporters by upping the stakes.

Sums of £200, £300 and even £1,000 were all mentioned - but they all stood firm.

It’s confirmed: Arsenal fans really do hate Tottenham.

Would you wear a rival team’s shirt for £100? Have your say by leaving a comment below.

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