Ahead of the game bookmaker Sun Bets had offered odds of 8-1 that the portly stopper would eat a pie on camera during the game.
“We are investigating to establish whether there has been any breach of The FA rules relating to betting,” said an FA spokesperson.The Gambling Commission is also investigating Sun Bets, which said it paid out a “five-figure” sum on the bet.
Shaw says he did not make a bet himself but decided to do it for a joke after Sutton had made all of their subs.“I went and got it at half-time from the kitchen, I had it all prepared and ready to go. It was meat and potato,” said the 46-year-old on Tuesday morning.“I think there were a few people [who made the bet]. Obviously we are not allowed to bet. I think it was a few of the mates and a few of the fans. It was just a bit of banter for them.
“It is something to make the occasion as well and you can look back and say it was part of it and we got our ticket money back.”