When Mohamed Salah posted an image on Twitter of his Halloween costume on Twitter, an account with the handle @ConnorTriggs1, posted a quote tweet that some have deemed as Islamaphobic.
An Arsenal fan, with the handle @zak_afc, claims to have found the owner of the @ConnorTriggs1 handle and has written a complaint to his employers to show his anger and upset at the tweet, although there is no 100% definitive way to know if the origianl tweeter is the person found by @ConnorTriggs1.
— ٍ (@zak_afc) November 1, 2019
The @ConnorTriggs1 account is no longer active on Twitter, so it looks like the owner has deleted the account following the backlash from his post about Salah.
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Unfortunately, the world of social media can often be a nasty place, with plenty of footballers getting racially abused on the platform in recent years. Quite what can be done about the matter is a difficult problem to solve but perhaps if people start being held accountable for their tweets, then that’s a place to start.