Eleven robed men 'spook out fans while watching Bayern Munich, Chelsea'

Eleven man dressed in black robes are reportedly spotted watching Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena on Saturday and Chelsea at Stamford Bridge a day later.

Eleven men wearing identical hooded black robes with white symbols emblazoned on the front have caused a stir after appearing at games hosted by Bayern Munich and Chelsea this Sunday.

The group, who all had their faces painted white with a black triangle on their foreheads, are said to have sat in the crowd at the Allianz Arena and Stamford Bridge on Saturday and Sunday respectively.

During Bayern's 3-2 win over Hertha Berlin on Saturday, the group are said to have made odd synchronised gestures.

A fan posted a photo of the robed men on Twitter:

Some Twitter users have claimed that the group's attendance at both matches was part of a campaign by Samsung, who sponsor Bayern and Chelsea.

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