CARL FRAMPTON had social media to thank for locating his ring jacket after it was nicked on Saturday night time.
The Jackal, 31, stopped powerful Australian Luke Jackson within the ninth spherical at a jam-packed Windsor Park.
However his delight at his hometown victory shortly turned to anger after his stroll out apparel was pinched from ringside throughout the combat.
Frampton, the WBO interim Featherweight Champion, tweeted a plea for info on its whereabouts tonight.
He mentioned on Twitter: “My ring jacket from my combat with @LukeJackson went lacking from ringside on the night time of the combat.
“Clearly there’s a giant sentimental attachment to it and I’d prefer it again.
“If anyone is aware of its whereabouts please get in contact.”
The much-loved boxer wouldn’t have to attend lengthy to find its location and now claims to have discovered these answerable for taking it.
He tweeted late on Monday: “Discovered the offender. Social media is an excellent factor for catching thieves.”
The Northern Irishman will hope to have the jacket again in his possession for his anticipated showdown with IBF title holder Josh Warrington subsequent 12 months.
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