The surveillance camera has spotted the evening .. An unprecedented scandal for the stars of Arsenal - Sky News

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It appears in the video, published by The Sun newspaper (27), Matthew Gundusi (19), Massoud Ozil (30) and Pierre Obamyang (29), and others, a table-top transformer full of bottles of champagne and vodka.

Players, in balloons, inhaled nitrous oxide, known for its ability to change the mood of man, despite the warning of a number of experts and researchers on the dangers.

Ozil can be seen falling unconsciously on the couch after inhalation of gas, while others continue to blow balloons, an unprecedented scandal in the history of a team the size of the Arsenal.

Several studies have found this The use of hilarious gas without the supervision of a doctor is very dangerous, causing the lack of oxygen when inhaled, leading to suffocation and loss of consciousness due to low levels of oxygen in the brain.

He testified that he saw the introduction of a group of laughing gas boxes in a night-time booth in London, noting that a number of girls, about 70, attended the evening.

The Sun said that what the Arsenal players had done was reckless and could have killed them, noting that the sale of hilarious gas was allowed in Britain to adults.

Arsenal did not issue any statement about the incident, while the fans demanded the maximum penalty for anyone trying to discredit the club or violate its principles.

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It appears in the video, published by The Sun newspaper (27), Matthew Gundusi (19), Massoud Ozil (30) and Pierre Obamyang (29), and others, a table-top transformer full of bottles of champagne and vodka.

Players, in balloons, inhaled nitrous oxide, known for its ability to change the mood of man, despite the warning of a number of experts and researchers on the dangers.

Ozil can be seen falling unconsciously on the couch after inhalation of gas, while others continue to blow balloons, an unprecedented scandal in the history of a team the size of the Arsenal.

Several studies have found this The use of hilarious gas without the supervision of a doctor is very dangerous, causing the lack of oxygen when inhaled, leading to suffocation and loss of consciousness due to low levels of oxygen in the brain.

He testified that he saw the introduction of a group of laughing gas boxes in a night-time booth in London, noting that a number of girls, about 70, attended the evening.

The Sun said that what the Arsenal players had done was reckless and could have killed them, noting that the sale of hilarious gas was allowed in Britain to adults.

Arsenal did not issue any statement about the incident, while the fans demanded the maximum penalty for anyone trying to discredit the club or violate its principles.

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