West Ham co-owner hit out on Twitter after the win over Tottenham in midweek.
David Gold (@davidgold) March 2, 2016
West Ham co-owner David Gold was in high spirits after the win over Tottenham in midweek.
His good mood was briefly halted after a Twitter message from a Tottenham fan caused him to issue a stern warning in response.
The message in question from Twitter user Spursbolt has since been deleted, but Gold's response remains on his account.
One more unpleasant comment like this and I am going to ban you and your boy friend from all my Ann Summers shops. https://t.co/FIilAMqqnM— David Gold (@davidgold) March 3, 2016
Gold owns Gold Group International, the parent company of the retailer Ann Summers and lingerie chain Knickerbox.
The win over Spurs was a big one for West Ham, who had the double delight of moving to within one point of the Champions League places, and denying their rivals the chance to move to the top of the Premier League table.
Gold appeared to take the message which upset him in his stride, but whether the fan in question will have been worried about the Ann Summers ban is a personal question only they could answer.