Disgusting Behavior: Man shoving kids to get an autograph at the MLB All-Star Game
Question for the readers at The Liberty Line: How old is too old to be begging for autographs outside of the MLB All-Star game? Well, if this guy has any say, the answer is like mid-60s and unfortunately, he’s totally wrong.
In our latest edition of Disgusting Behavior we travel out to Los Angeles to the MLB All-Star Game where this loser is shoving kids and begging for autographs like a total freak.
Old Man Shoves Kids, Begs for Autographs at MLB All-Star Game
At first I thought this had to be some kind of prank or joke for a YouTube channel but in reality, it’s probably some low-life reseller looking to score a few autographs to throw on eBay to make a quick buck. Regardless, there’s really no excuse for this type of behavior.
Although I do kind of respect the fact that he literally has zero shame, even a Mike Trout signed baseball on eBay is only going for at most, $400 so reaching over kids who are there to meet their idols is completely unacceptable. Get a fucking job, man. Let kids enjoy the Midsummer Classic and make some memories that will last a lifetime.
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I already feel weird about wearing a players jersey that’s younger than me (outside of Rhys Hoskins) and now you have this guy pushing kids around like a total weirdo. If that was one of my kids and he was leaving over top of him I would have no choice but to intervene and pull this guy out of the crowd.
We can’t really see if this guy did end up getting an autograph but I would hope that no Major League Baseball player would EVER sign anything from any of these reseller weirdos. He reminds me of that guy Zack Hample who shoves kids out of the way to catch foul balls at games in ball parks across America.
Down right pitiful, man. Be better.