This guy is the epitome of every sports fan I hate. I am all about supporting your team and getting rowdy, but this is a little much. This guy paid a good bit of money to sit that close only to get ejected from the seat for doing this. This is a difference between "booing" an opposing player and just plain being a d***.
Seems like almost every game you go to nowadays you'll find some drunk idiot running onto the field. Unless you're at the game, most of the time you never know it happened on TV. This is not the case with this one. This time, the announcer decided to give the greatest play-by-play ever.
How in the hell did this chick not see or hear this big ass yellow race car coming her way? On the other hand, I've never been down in the pits so I don't know how it works. I do know that I would be looking in all directions because I don't want to catch the business end of one of those beasts.
I am not sure what is more impressive in this clip. The fact that they caught that on tape and were filming the right thing at the right time or the commentating in the video. "Gotcha bitch!" really makes this video so much better. Enjoy this six seconds of awesomeness.
Here is yet another example to prove that Dave Grohl is the nicest rock stars ever. During a recent concert, Dave decided to let a fan in the front row play drums on "Big Me." Even though there was a ton of pressure on this guy, he played really well. I'm pretty sure I would crap my pants if I was in that situation.
Soccer really does have the craziest fans. Watch as this player is being interviewed after a game when the crazy fan attacks. The player is focused on the question when the lunatic comes up from behind and plants his foot right in his spine. The player almost folds in half and goes down hard.
Normally, I have nothing good to say about Ohio State so enjoy this Buckeyes. During a recent game the Ohio State assistant strength coach, Anthony Schlegel, took on a fan on the field. The student ran onto the field during a play, and Coach Schlegel took matters into his own hands to take back the field.