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A Group Of Hooded Fans Once Showed Up To Rio Ferdinand’s House To Demand He Re-Sign With Manchester United
When Rio Ferdinand re-signed with Manchester United in 2005, it was a difficult process. The negotiations were long and painful, so fans decided to speed things up by showing up to his house and demand that he sign.
Licking Strangers, Exposing Buttocks and Racial Slurs: One Fan Drank Too Much While Watching The SEC Championship Game
SEC country is our favorite country, mostly because people like 46-year-old Jana Lawrence of Dacula, Georgia exist. Jana went to watch the SEC championship game on Saturday, and probably threw back a few too many. So she exposed herself, touched other people’s genitals and licked some tattoos, among other debauchery while at two different restaurants.
Dirty Tackle has the details on this one, in which a crazed fan chokes out a linesman and then immediately gives up once police intervene. And notice the plea of ignorance when he throws his hands up in the air as if to say, “What did I do?” Nothing, crazy person. Nothing.
No. 8 Arkansas lost to Louisiana-Monroe over the weekend, a monumental upset that the Razorback football program actually paid $500,000 to endure. The SEC is football-crazed, and it was never so perfectly epitomized than as it was through this Arkansas fan, donning a hog mask and singing her own rendition of “United We Stand.”
The group stage of Euro 2012 provided matches to watch every day. For Europeans, most matches came during the evenings. For Americans, it was the mornings and afternoons. For those in Asia, it was the wee hours of the morning. Jiang Xiaoshan of China, who stayed up for 11 straight nights to catch the action, had one too many sleepless nights. He died of exhaustion Tuesday morning.
We’ve already shown you what the saddest bar in America looked like when the Giants beat the Patriots to win the Super Bowl last night, so it’s only fair we showcase the flipside – i.e. the man who might well have been the happiest in all the land at the Giants’ triumph.
You’ve seen fans run onto the field. You’ve seen fans run onto the field, impersonate referees, and possibly incite bench-clearing brawls. You’ve even seen field-rushing dogs. But have you ever seen that rarest of beasts – the dual field rusher/handcuffer?
After not being able to root for a playoff contender since, well…forever, Bills fans have already had the pleasure of going nuts over a home upset of the Patriots, as well as berating a columnist for being “both a woman and so wrong about football,” after she told them to calm down over the undefeated start to the season.
Those were just Upstate New Yorkers, though. They’re quite tame compared to Canadian Bills fans.
If you ever hear someone lament how Americans are uncultured, uncivil louts who care too much about silly games played by yet other philistine scum, we suggest you show them this story out of Germany. If you thought American fans could be gross, well…
Oklahoma City Thunder fans are intense, but even knowing this, sometimes they do things that surprise us…and maybe scare us a little, too.