Found April 23, 2012 on Holdout Sports:
FOX Sports reporter Shannon Hogan was videobombed during a live segment at Sunday's Detroit Tigers game by a Texas Rangers fan who stood right behind her wagging his tongue.



The Rangers fan started out innocently enough, showing off his jersey and walking away. However, a few seconds later, the Rangers fan came back and started wagging his tongue like a crazed maniac.

Ironically, the main topic of Hogan's segment was to encourage Tigers fans at home to share one of their special memories from a Tigers game. For the viewers at home, the lasting memory from Sunday's game will certainly be this tongue-wagging Rangers fan.

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