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Friday, April 1, 2011

Giants Fans Beaten by Dodgers Fans, One in Critical Condition

Posted By on Fri, Apr 1, 2011 at 12:55 PM

L.A. Dodgers fans....poor sports even when they win.
  • L.A. Dodgers fans....poor sports even when they win.

We knew being a Giants fan was torture -- metaphorically speaking -- but last night the pain went a little too deep after two Dodger fans let loose on three Giants fans after the San Francisco team lost in the season opener.

You'd think they would have been satisfied with victory -- but apparently, Los Angeles fans wanted more. Two Dodgers enthusiasts attacked some Giants fan outside the stadium last night, leaving one in critical condition.

The Los Angeles Police Department told SF Weekly at noon that they still have no identities or arrests. 


According to news reports, Dodgers hooligans started

yelling slurs at three men in Giants apparel in the stadium parking lot -- and

then beat them. While no video of the fight has emerged yet, we can extrapolate that it was brutal, given the Dodgers' propensity to kick each others' asses.


Here we see how insane and stupid drunk Dodger fans can be.


And since the cops have no yet caught these idiots, we're thinking they must have made a more effective getaway than these Dodgers who ran across the field at a Padres game. Note how the security doesn't actually catch the guy. He falls down first.
 

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