A FOOTBALL club’s chief executive was arrested during her club’s play-off match.
Durham University politics graduate Carolyn Still became the youngest chief executive officer in English football when she got the job at Mansfield Town, in May last year.
On Wednesday night, the 29-year-old was arrested for using threatening words and behaviour during the Blue Square Bet Premier league play-off semi-final first leg, at York City.
It following an incident after Still – who previously worked in the fashion industry for Bulgari and Gucci – left the ground midway through the second half.
A spokesman for North Yorkshire Police said: “A 29-year-old woman from Retford was arrested at 9pm on Grosvenor Terrace, York, for using threatening words and behaviour.
“She was given an adult caution before being released.”
Mansfield Town refused to comment.
The game ended 1-1. The return leg is on Monday.