A distasteful act of mocking a young football fan who died from cancer has landed two men in trouble.
The two men, aged 31 and 27, were arrested on Saturday evening after reports emerged of them using an image of Bradley Lowery to taunt supporters of a rival club.
A probe was launched following Sheffield Wednesday's home match against Sunderland on Friday night.
Bradley supported Sunderland before he died of cancer aged six in 2017.
South Yorkshire Police said two men are being held on suspicion of outraging public decency.
"We roundly condemn this outrageous and utterly deplorable behaviour," a Sheffield Wednesday spokesman said.
"We can only apologise for the undoubted distress caused to Bradley's family and friends."
Wednesday were beaten by Sunderland 3-0 at the game on Friday.