A mini riot ensued in the crowd at Wednesday’s Toronto Blue Jays game, and at some point, a baby got sprayed with beer, leading to an arrest.
Without getting too much into the sports specifics of the situation, a controversial play went down as the Blue Jays hosted the Texas Rangers in Game 5 of the ALDS.
The Toronto fans didn’t take that play too kindly and began throwing debris onto the field in protest. It got pretty crazy. Even the players came out of the dugout asking the fans to stop.
Jays players pleading with fans to stop throwing things on the field as mothers protect their kids. Stay classy, TO. pic.twitter.com/Ly5ObbHyZX
— ShannLeah (@ShannLeah) October 14, 2015
While fans in the upper deck threw their beer cans down onto the field, one of those cans reached a baby in the front row. Thankfully it was just beer that landed on the baby, on not the physical can, but it was just as upsetting to the mother.
The cameramen were on top of their game and even showed the crying mother as the incident happened live.
Somehow, Toronto PD found a male suspect in the sea of over 49,000 fans and arrested him, according to CBS Sports.
The man is being charged with “mischief,” which is the most Canadian sounding crime ever. Friendly bastards.
Now the Blue Jays are scrambling, trying to figure out what to do about selling beer cans at the stadium.
So the idiots who threw beer can not only ruined that family’s day, but probably ruined future days of beer can-drinking fanatics if the stadium does away with them.