West Ham United legend Mark Noble has seemingly become the victim of a prank as he was pictured wearing a Tottenham Hotspur badge on Sunday.

Noble came through the ranks of the West Ham academy and spent his entire career at the club, raking up 550 appearances across all competitions over 18 seasons before hanging up his boots last summer.

The 35-year-old was in attendance at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday as he witnessed his former club fall to a 2-0 loss to the Lilywhites.

Noble’s status as ‘Mr. West Ham’ has now been tested, with pictures and videos doing the rounds of him wearing the badge of the club’s fierce rivals, Spurs, during the game.

Jay Rutland, the son-in-law of former Formula 1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone, who sat next to Noble in the stands on Sunday, and posted an Instagram story of the Hammers legend in the stands with the caption ‘the secret @spursofficial fan’.

Watch the clip below:

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It looks like Noble has been completely stitched up by his friends. One would have thought that the 35-year-old would have had the common sense not to wear the badge in a public setting in the first place.

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