Originally written on In The Neutral Zone  |  Last updated 11/15/14
  Kansas City Royals legend George Brett went on a profanity-laced tirade on a fan at the Kansas City International Airport while the fan recorded it from his smart phone. According to Brett, this wasn’t your ordinary fan, but a stalker, who he had many past run-ins with and the man continues to demand autographs to sell. Although the Hall of Famer gave the man his autograph, Brett let him know that this would be the last time he would give him an autograph. Brett dropped the F-Bomb numerous times in the encounter and according to KCTV 5 News in Kansas City Brett told the man, “If I ever see you (expletive) again, I’m going to shoot your (expletive) ass, do you understand? The man followed by calling Brett an “asshole” and that is where the film abruptly ends. Autograph hounds like this man are only in it for the money and have been seen pushing kids out of the way to get autographs for profit. Chances are that the tongue lashing handed out by Brett was well deserved. It’s also possible that the abrupt ending to the phone recording was also well deserved. Check out the video below.     For a really good laugh, check out the video below of George Brett telling a story of how he once crapped his pants. He might very well be one of the greatest storytellers since Bill Cosby!   7 total views, 7 views today
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