When Sports Fans Steal The Show

When Sports Fans Steal The Show
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We as sports fans can sometimes go a little overboard. We become obsessive and, at times, take it more seriously than the actual players competing themselves. But then again, there is also those who just don’t give a flying fuck.

And whether it be because they are bored, wasted or sleepy we have seen some truly special spectators take away the attention from the actual stars of the game.

These are the sports fans who stole the show.

Chris Quinn | Elite.

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