Raccoon Removed By Brave Man In The Middle Of The Bengals Game

Raccoon Removed By Brave Man In The Middle Of The Bengals Game
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Animals rarely make appearances at sporting events, but when they do usually it’s pretty funny. This wasn’t so funny as a raccoon was looking for food in the stands at Paul Brown Stadium on Sunday at the Browns-Cowboys game.

The man in the video removing the raccoon from his section was treated for rabies after being bitten by the raccoon. Brave guy for even touch that thing.

Andrew Alvez | Elite. 

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