See the Emmanuel Frimpong BNP confrontation, as the former Arsenal player has a war of words with a member of the nationalist party from the window of his car.
Frimpong originally posted two videos of the event to his Instagram account, which have both now been deleted.
Some quick witted viewers managed to film the videos for themselves though.
See the Barnsley midfielder go on an expletive-ridden rant, accusing the BNP activist of wanting to throw Yorkshire’s latest arrival out of his own country.
Frimpong’s politically motivated opponent, holding a large “Vote BNP” sign that indicates his allegiance, seems to take the whole thing in good humour while the player’s unseen companion gets the argument on camera and chuckles away to himself.
See the Emmanuel Frimpong BNP confrontation in full below:
Although Frimpong has represented England at youth level, in March 2013 he made his international debut for Ghana, his country of birth. He holds both a Ghanaian passport and a British passport.
Frimpong was born in Kumasi, Ghana but moved to Tottenham at a young age where he was originally discovered by Arsenal and enrolled at the Hale End Academy at the age of nine alongside fellow graduate Jack Wilshere. He attended Gladesmore Community School in Tottenham until he was 14, when he left to focus on playing football full-time at Arsenal’s youth academy.