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Worst Sports Fan Ever Brawls While Holding a Toddler

What a jerk.

We live in divisive times. But if we can agree on anything, it’s that tourists who use their iPads to take pictures are infuriating and that, unless a very very specific set of circumstances occur, you should never, ever serve someone a hot knuckle sandwich when your toddler’s around. Capeesh?

Well, last night, after a brawl broke out during a Europa League soccer match between Everton and Olympique Lyonnais, a father was seen throwing a punch not just in the presence of, but while holding, his toddler.

As Business Insider reported, the fight took place after a dispute between players escalated from light shoving into a scrum near a fan barrier. Lyon goalkeeper Anthony Lopes was involved in the incident and video caught a fan, who had a toddler in one arm, allegedly slap, shove, or throw a punch at him. A police report from the match said that an investigation is taking place.

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  1. How stressful do you find days when your kids can't go outside?
    Not stressful at all. We make the best of it
    Sometimes they are, sometimes they aren’t. Depends on the circumstance.
    Extremely stressful. It’s hard to entertain them
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Whatever the result of the investigation is, however, the lesson remains the same: DON’T THROW PUNCHES WHILE HOLDING YOUR KID. Jesus, do we really need to have this discussion? Sure, tensions rise at sporting events, opposing fans can be as abrasive as 80-grit sandpaper, and the mix of adrenaline and $15 beers is indeed potent. We get it. But keep it together, man. Do a few breathing exercises. Look over at your toddler and make a few fart noises and let their giggles wash over you. Or, here’s an idea, don’t bring your kid — or yourself — to a place if you can’t stay in control. This goes for everything, from trips to the supermarket to soccer matches. Okay? Good talk.