Last Friday, we brought you the story of Red Star Belgrade’s historically unruly fans and their unappreciated attempts to, ahem, “redecorate” a restaurant in Prague’s medieval district, an act of charity that was met with a hilarious 150 arrests.
(My god, it’s the elusive Baltic Shave-Headed Moose-Reporter! We thought he was extinct!)
But the Red Star fans have a softer side, you see, and they don’t have to break everything in sight just to have a good time. Heck, all you have to do is put an unsuspecting reporter in front of them and the fun is one. Watch below.
Remember the big deal that was made when David Beckham made his return to LA Galaxy, and the fans were mean, then he challenged one to a fight, and the fan said sure, then the fan got out of his seat, and the two so totally almost fought if they’d been 40 feet closer to each other? That sure was intense, right?
(The face of a man without regret. Err, the exact opposite.)
Feh. Piddling. Of no great import, we say! If you really want to enjoy some fan-based misbehavior, you’re going to have to travel to Europe. And not just any old Europe; we’re talking about Eastern Europe, which is like what would happen if our Rust Belt were constantly fighting itself. You thought rural Ohio was an indefensible dump now, imagine what would happen if it also hosted some good, old-fashioned bombing and ethnic cleansing!
But they still love their soccer. And their alcohol, they love that too. And they also really love anarchy. What could go wrong? Video after the break.