Originally written on The Last Angry Fan  |  Last updated 10/31/14

I know I’ve said it a million times before, but if you’re stupid and/or drunk enough to wander out onto the field of play—for whatever reason it may be—you’re going to get exactly what you deserve, and what that is is a good old fashioned pummeling.  Take this shirtless guy for instance, who strolled out onto the field during a high school football game between Colfax (Calif.) and Placer and—after chucking a water bottle and picking up the football with half his ass hanging out—was properly lambasted by a father of one of the Placer players, who just so happened to be a former player himself. It was a nice bit of teamwork by two of the dads, with the gentleman in the tan jacket acting as a diversion while the the aforementioned tackler—identified as Troy Minton-Sander—disposed of 25-year-old shirtless douchebag Patrick Hurley with a textbook blindside hit that would have made Ray Lewis green with envy.  Once on the ground a number of other bystanders jumped in to assist the dynamic duo until Hurley was subdued and taken off the field in handcuffs by security. Considering that the guy didn’t stop fighting even though he was outnumbered by about 8 to 1 makes me think that either alcohol and/or drugs were involved.  The only thing that can be confirmed is that—judging by his actions and poor choice in attire—Patrick Hurley overdosed on a healthy amount of stupid. [Forbes via The Big Lead]

1 Comment:
  • What a phucking dumbasssssss!!!! Was that game in Pennsylvania?
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