Soccer Player Chokes Fan, Fan Holds On To Butt

Just because you’re being attacked in the stands by a berserk athlete is no reason to drop your cigarette. Just another day in British soccer, as Lee Whetter, the captain for St. Austell F.C., attacks a Newquay fan during a recent South West Peninsula League game in Cornwall.

The fan, Mark Charles, 48, was put in a headlock and pummeled by Whetter, but through it all did not drop his precious smoke. Impressive. Even more glorious is a woman who tries to intervene — while carrying a baby. A gigantic brawl ensued from there, and the DAILY MAIL got some pretty great photos.

Malice in the Palace, soccer edition, following the jump. Read more…

Canadian Minor League Baseball Managers Brawl

Having never spent much time in either North Dakota or Canada, we’ve always been fairly content to just rely on stereotypes to tell us everything we need to know about them. In fact, North Dakota is, as far as we’re concerned, part of Canada anyway, so one stereotype should suffice.

O Canada!

In other words, everyone in those places is friendly, says things like “a-BOAT”  and “eh,” loves hockey, and is generally polite. These stereotypes are infallible and never wro– wait, what? A minor league manager slugs an opposing coach during a game? In Winnipeg? This we’ve gotta see.

(And we will see it…after the jump.)

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