LUTON TOWN surrendered a point to Liverpool as the Reds hit a late smash-and-grab on Sunday.
But the Hatters also have a plumbing problem on their hands.
That’s because part of a toilet roof at Kenilworth Road COLLAPSED, leaving a gaping hole and smashed plaster all over the floor.
Luton were left heartbroken after taking an 80th minute lead through Tahith Chong.
Luis Diaz climbed off the bench despite his father’s hostage ordeal to head home a 95th minute equaliser for Liverpool.
And the result means Luton are still kicking it around the relegation zone with just six points from 10 games.
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However, the newly-promoted side have another problem to plug first.
Incredible pictures taken by Telegraph journalist Thom Gibbs during the Liverpool match showed that the roof of a men’s toilet in the main stand had collapsed.
A large hole could be seen in the ceiling, with heaps of plaster covering both the floor and the urinals.
Kenilworth Road was first built and opened in 1905 after Luton left their previous home at Dunstable Road.
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The 11,500-seater arena is famously sandwiched between residential houses, making it the most unique stadium in the country.
Luton redeveloped Kenilworth Road at a cost of £10million earlier this year, making it media-ready for their first-ever Premier League campaign.
However, the club plans on moving into a new stadium in the heart of Luton.
Power Court is set to hold an initial 19,500 fans when it is opened in the future, with the potential to expand by another 4,000.
The Hatters hope to begin work at the start of 2024 and aim to also build 1,200 new homes, as well as restaurants and bars in a new town quarter.