New 'Jihadi John' suspect grew up supporting Arsenal
They say bad things come in threes, so this was surely inevitable seeing as Arsenal's most famous fans include Osama Bin Laden and Piers Morgan.
The man, who various outlets suspect of being the newest Brit to appear in ISIS propaganda, has been described as a one-time Gunners supporter who was also into Nirvana as a teenager.
32-year-old Abu Rumaysah - a convert to Islam formerly known as Siddartha Dhar - has been named by several media outlets, including the BBC, as the latest British-raised executioner attached to the terror group.
According to the Daily Mirror, Dhar's friends have described him as a normal teenager who was into rock music, specifically Nirvana and Linkin Park, but more recently he appeared on a BBC discussion about the Islamic State.
He grew up in North London, prime Arsenal territory, and worked as a bouncy castle salesman before fleeing the UK.
Rumaysah has not been confirmed as the masked man with a British accent on recent ISIS broadcasts, but reports claim friends and family have suggested he could be the individual in question.