A man has been arrested in connection with allegations of racist abuse aimed at the Leeds striker El-Hadji Diouf by Millwall fans according to the Metropolitan Police said.
Gerrard Scanlon, a 53-year-old from Enfield, north London was arrested by Metropolitan Police on Tuesday evening.
He has been bailed to appear at Bromley Magistrates Court on 27th February, reports futaa.com.
In a statement on their official website, Millwall disclosed that Scanlon was not a season ticket holder or supporters club member at the club.
The development comes two days after Sky Sports News broadcast a Special Report on racism in football that appeared to show striker El Hadji Diouf being abused at The Den during a game on 18 November.
Both the Metropolitan Police and the Football Association requested a copy of Monday's program to conduct their own investigations.
The footage appears to show fans hurling insults at Diouf during a Championship game on 18 November.
The Lions' chief executive Andy Ambler said that an initial investigation was closed after Diouf said he heard no racist abuse aimed at him.