Arsenal have responded to footage showing some of their players apparently inhaling nitrous oxide in a London nightclub by saying those involved will be spoken to and reminded of their responsibilities.
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The club has now responded to the shocking footage, with a spokesperson telling the BBC that the players would be "spoken to and reminded of their responsibilities".
Several players even appeared to lose consciousness after inhaling the gas.
Nitrous oxide, also known as laughing gas or "hippy crack", is freely available, although it is technically illegal to sell it for recreational purposes.
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Nitrous oxide is not illegal in Britain but experts say recreational use can be unsafe, especially if combined with alcohol.
The North London club sit in fifth in the Premier League table, only behind fourth-placed Chelsea on goal difference.
Arsenal started the campaign with consecutive defeats to Manchester City and Chelsea but have embarked on a brilliant 20-game unbeaten run under new boss Unai Emery. Whilst there is no suggestion that this incident is linked to Arsenal's slow start, Emery, who is known for his strict discipline, will likely be incredibly unimpressed by the video.
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