Guess Which Bengals Fan Is Accused Of Peeing On Man Seated In Front Of Him At Wild Card Game
If you chose top row, far left -- you win!
If you thought that all the mayhem and thuggery in the Steelers-Bengals Wild Card Playoff game on Saturday was confined to the field, well, how wrong you were. There was plenty of action in the stands, as this mugshot rogues' gallery to the left here demonstrates -- all were arrested during the game for various offenses.
The most notorious? That would be Martin Cooke (top row, far left) -- or, as he is known best, by his stage name -- Ginger Showers. Well, that should be his name. According to police and reported in the Cincinnati Enquirer, Cooke allegedly punched a fan in the face and peed on him at Paul Brown Stadium.
New York Daily News: It is not known what came first: the punch or the pee.
Cooke, 33, of Germantown, Kentucky, who wore a Bengals hoodie, was arrested and is facing disorderly conduct and assault charges. Cooke was arraigned Monday and released on a $2,000 bond, according to court documents.
But Steelers fans were also in trouble.
A Steelers fan who traveled from Westville, Indiana, is accused of punching a woman in the face as he exited Paul Brown Stadium around 10 p.m. Tyler Matthys wore a Steelers jersey when police arrested him and accused him of the assault. His court date is not yet scheduled.
One fan was arrested for running onto the field following the game, another for headbutting another fan.
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