John Bishop and Damian Lewis face SIX hour delay after Champions League final

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John Bishop and Damian Lewis face SIX hour delay after Champions League final – after shocking treatment in game

John Bishop and Damian Lewis entertained their fans over the weekend, despite a six-hour flight delay after the Champions League final.

Travel disruptions were the last thing the retired footballer, 55, and actor Damian, 51, needed after watching their side Liverpool lose to Real Madrid at the Stade de France, Paris, but the pair made light of the situation on social media by updating their respective followers with funny selfies.

Beer in hand, comedian John wrote to his Twitter followers: “Managed to get a seat on a club charter flight from Paris. It looked like a win when I hit it off with @lewis_damian. Over 5 hours later and we haven’t moved, wish we had the #c**pweekend train.

Homeland star Damian also took to the microblogging site, calling John the ‘best boy’ before telling fans they had been stuck on the tarmac for six hours after being on a charter flight by a club from Paris – after failing to get another seat on a plane.

Alongside snaps of the pair having fun, he wrote, “Day 2 in the Big Brother house,” to which John joked, “You can see the cracks in our relationship growing….”

Later, the duo sat in the cockpit, keeping their spirits up despite their frustrating circumstances.

Laughter: Travel disruptions were the last thing retired footballer, 55, and actor Damian, 51, needed after watching their side Liverpool lose to Real Madrid at the Stade de France, Paris

Laughter: Travel disruptions were the last thing retired footballer, 55, and actor Damian, 51, needed after watching their side Liverpool lose to Real Madrid at the Stade de France, Paris

Stranded: The pair made light of the situation on social media by updating their respective followers with funny selfies

Staying sane: The duo managed to smile despite being stuck on the tarmac

Stranded: The pair made light of the situation on social media by updating their respective followers with funny selfies

Not impressed: beer in hand, comedian John wrote to his Twitter followers:

Not impressed: Beer in hand, comedian John wrote to his Twitter followers: “Managed to get a seat on a club charter flight from Paris. It looked like a win when I got along with @ lewis_damian”

‘It’s okay @JohnBishop100 and I had an idea…’ Damian teased.

‘He made me do it your honor…’ John’s quote tweeted.

Liverpool were beaten 1-0 by Real Madrid in the Champions League final, but the result effectively became inconsequential given the numerous reports of shocking behavior by French police at the Stade de France, associated with disastrous organization and misinformation from UEFA.

Content: Homeland star Damian also took to the microblogging site, calling John a

Content: Homeland star Damian also took to the microblogging site, calling John ‘the best boy’ before telling fans they had been stuck on the tarmac for six hours.

Problem: Liverpool were beaten 1-0 by Real Madrid in the Champions League final, but the result effectively became inconsequential given widespread reports of shocking behavior by French police at the Stade of France

Problem: Liverpool were beaten 1-0 by Real Madrid in the Champions League final, but the result effectively became inconsequential given widespread reports of shocking behavior by French police at the Stade of France

‘Shameful treatment’: Alluding to this in a tweet on Saturday, John wrote: ‘At the Paris gate – I’ve been here 25 minutes and no one’s been allowed in – shameful treatment of fans who show disrespect an incredible level of patience”

Alluding to this in a tweet on Saturday, John wrote: “At the Paris gate – I’ve been here 25 minutes and no one has been allowed in – disgraceful treatment of fans who are showing incredible levels of patience “.

The French Home Secretary blamed “thousands of British ‘fans’ without tickets or with counterfeit tickets” for the horrific scenes outside the Stade de France.

Kick-off was delayed for 36 minutes as a dangerous situation developed outside the Stade de France in Paris as thousands of Liverpool fans were crushed and gassed by police.

UEFA initially blamed fans arriving late at the stadium for the chaotic scenes at the entrance gates, but then blamed the problems on fans trying to gain access with fake tickets, which caused delays.

Held up: Kick-off was delayed by 36 minutes as a dangerous situation developed outside the Stade de France in Paris (photo Dani Carvajal for Real Madrid and Luis Diaz for Liverpool)

Held up: Kick-off was delayed by 36 minutes as a dangerous situation developed outside the Stade de France in Paris (photo Dani Carvajal for Real Madrid and Luis Diaz for Liverpool)

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