there were also a lot of people standing. When I've been to a match I've seen people using phones for social media and taking selfies, there are times other people took photos of the game and occasionally those people are thrown out when caught. People are making assumptions on fellow fans taking a video without knowing any facts about to why he was thrown out to be honest. You're right about nothing will come of it, but I'm not sure what the reason was from that video. I think the odd picture the steward doesn't mind, but if one person is taking a lot of pictures or recording video they will usually ask to stop and if they don't they're going to be thrown out, probably without their phone.
They have no right to take a phone from someone.
Stewards are there for crowd safety not copyright issues or whatever else you are suggesting.
The people around the incident Saturday witnessed thr whole thing, by virtue of actually being there, you weren't so you are jumping to conclusions far more than the lads sat next to him in the main.
They tagged Tony Barratt in to complain of the issue as they saw it so let's not try to make more of it than what is being suggested