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Builder puts Everton badge under Liverpool supporter's concrete floor
(Image: Twitter/Mr Box)

VIDEO: Builder hides Everton badge under Liverpool supporter’s new floor

Buried it in the screed mix after being given a coffee in a team mug.

https://twitter.com/Shaun07738627/status/1142073819932372992

A construction worker buried an Everton badge within a concrete floor he was putting together for a Liverpool fan.

The builder, apparently an Everton supporter, said he was provided with a coffee in a Liverpool mug by “the lady”.

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“The installers were helpful and resolved the minor issues with levels that we had on our site. The management team advised us on the correct screed delivery method overcoming tight access restrictions by using ready-mixed screed in bulk bags”#screed pic.twitter.com/qKWadwLkeJ

— Interior Screed Ltd (@FloorScreeding) June 19, 2019

As some kind of revenge he posted a video of the club’s nearest rival’s emblem, that looks to have been removed from a key ring, being placed underneath the screed mix.

Screeding is a type of concrete used to form a level surface and is used to receive floor finishes, underfloor heating pipes or be left as the wearing surface.

The mix generally consists of sharp sand, cement and water.