Three men have been fined for abusing England head coach Eddie Jones at the Manchester Oxford Road train station during the Six Nations this year, according to a report on the BBC.
Jones was abused at the railway station just a day after England were beaten by Scotland in the Six Nations.
The three men all hail from Edinburgh and were caught on video footage visibly taunting and abusing the England coach.
Following the incident, Jones spoke about how he was disappointed with their behaviour. They initially asked him for a photo but then things turned ugly just moments later.
All three men pleaded guilty to a public order offence at the Manchester Magistrates Court.
England endured a disappointing Six Nations campaign following the defeat to Scotland and Jones was understandably shaken from the event.
However, he has tried to remain in good spirits, with a summer tour of South Africa coming up as well as next year’s World Cup, where he will be hoping for his side to challenge to lift the trophy.
All three men are under the age of 26 and have all been individually fined just under £150.