Wednesday, July 30, 2008

More Cubs fans not playing nice, face possible felonies in Milwaukee

A Milwaukee Brewers fan apparently threw a beer at a bus filled with Cubs fans. So what did some of the Cubs fans do?

They beat the hell out of him.

Police say that as fans left the game, a 24-year-old Brewers fan in the Miller Park parking lot threw a can of beer at a bus filled with Cubs fans.

Three Chicago fans got off the bus and, according to police, attacked the Brewers fan.

They knocked out one of his teeth and caused other minor injuries to the fan.

This is the 2nd time in two days that Cubs fans are in the police blotter. With the Cubs winning more and more, more fans are ending up in the wrong section of the newspaper. I can't imagine what it'll be like in October if this trend continues.

According to the AP, the Brewers fan was charged with disorderly conduct. One of the Cubs fans was charged with assault after "police say he punched his sister in the mouth as she tried to intervene in the fight." Sounds like solid citizens.

And while this has nothing to do with anything, the title of the article is "Cubs fans could face felony charges after postgame fight." All Cubs fans? I wasn't even there. Why would I get charged for this? Man, Wisconsin people really have a strong distaste for us in Illinois.


Chip Wesley said...

I'm surprised any Milwaukee fans would've been around at that point. Don't they always leave around the 7th inning regardless? Or maybe it was one of the dumb drunk cheeseheads that tailgate and never even step foot in the stadium. I guess if I were a Brewers fan it'd be more fun to get drunk in a parking lot and not watch them.

Anonymous said...

And the Brewers fan is in the "right" for throwing a beer at the bus, I know wisconsin is different than most other states "ten years behind" as the natives say but if I am not mistaken that is destruction of property and just to let you all know the Brewers fan is in the blotter too! Its okay to knock the cubs considering you may not even be in the '08 playoffs.