NFL Wembley: Four Jacksonville Jaguars players arrested at London nightclub for ‘unpaid bar bill’

The players were released after nine hours in custody and the bar bill was later settled

Sunday 28 October 2018 11:20
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The Jaguars play at Wembley later today
The Jaguars play at Wembley later today

Four Jacksonville Jaguars players were arrested in London on Saturday after allegedly attempting to leave a nightclub without paying their bar bill.

The Metropolitan Police were called at 05.55 BST to a club after reports of a fight.

It has been claimed that security staff at the London Reign Showclub prevented the players from leaving when they failed to settle a tab of almost £50k.

The Sun claim that four players then became involved in an altercation with security staff, before being arrested for fraud.

The final NFL International Series game takes place today

The players were released after nine hours in custody and the bar bill was later settled.

The final London game of this season's NFL International Series sees the Jaguars face the Philadelphia Eagles, the current Super Bowl champions.

It is the Eagles' first trip to London while the Jaguars have previously visited five times, winning their last three.

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