Giants Fans Take Out Anger on Automobiles

Earlier in the season, there was a fire in the parking lot during a Redskins game at FedEx Field that burned several cars. It resulted from someone putting a still-hot grill in the tailgate of their Escalade EXT before entering the stadium. Note: Setting smoldering coals inside your automobile will result in damage to its resale value. ↵
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↵At the Eagles-Giants game on Sunday, something similar appears to have happened to a Porsche. It would be the car you see on stage right in the video below. Or, in other words, the already destroyed car parked next to the SUV that these not-at-all-stereotypical Giants fans decided to trash following their team’s loss (WARNING: Adult language, as if you didn’t expect that): ↵
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↵Note at the end, after much discussion over what they shall name this bit of criminal evidence, one of the masterminds says “GiantsFailure.com”. Well, sure enough, someone bought up that URL and posted the above video along with a clip of these same upstanding citizens taking their bat to the Porsche. As if I needed another reason never to step foot in New Jersey. ↵

↵(Via The 700 Level) ↵

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This post originally appeared on the Sporting Blog. For more, see The Sporting Blog Archives.

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