Estate agent who 'racially abused Saka' after England's Euro penalty defeat is finally sacked

A SUSPENDED estate agent who allegedly targeted England heroes with racist abuse after their Euro penalty heartbreak has been sacked.

Andrew Bone handed himself into cops after Marcus Rashford, Bukayo Saka and Jadon Sancho were targeted in July.

He was then arrested on suspicion of an offence under Section 1 of the Malicious Communications Act.  

A post from the 37-year-old's Twitter account branded the players the N word and claimed they had "ruined it for us" after the agonising loss.

Estate agents Savills has now sacked Bone from his job as a commercial building manager – more than a month after his arrest.

The company said: "We can confirm that following a period of suspension, the contract of an employee alleged to have sent a racist tweet from a personal social media account post the Euro 2020 Final has been terminated and the employee has left the business.

"We understand that Greater Manchester Police force investigations continue and are therefore unable to comment further at this time."

Bone's family claimed to The Sun that his account had been hacked – and he had reported the matter to police.

They also said he is "not racist" and shut down his accounts when he began receiving messages.

But Bone was suspended by Savills after they launched an investigation and later self-presented at a police station.

Police officers were later seen removing a laptop from his home in Manchester as they searched the house.

The Three Lions aces were hit with sick racist abuse after England's penalty heartache against Italy in the Euro final.

Moronic trolls left vile messages and sent monkey emojis to the young players.

Prince William and Boris Johnson were among those who slammed the idiots, while social media giants vowed to stop the abuse.

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