Tuesday, April 13, 2010

dodger fans harrassed for tailgating

Giants Win rarely feels any kind of sympathy for dodger fans but this story in the Los Angeles Times bugged me. It seems that the LAPD and stadium security were particularly vigilant during today's home opener at telling people that they are not allowed to hang out in the parking lot. I mean, come on. It's opening day, for heaven's sake. Evidently the LAPD is too chicken to bother with trying to bring in real criminals -- they just want to bother ordinary folks looking to have some fun with friends, rather than being forced to go into the stadium, listen to boring music and pay $9 for a brew.

It's just more of the same class-free behavior that Southern California residents have come to expect from the dingbat owners, Frank and Jamie McCourt, who have been using the dodgers as their personal ATM to support extravagant lifestyles that would have made Marie Antoinette blush.

UPDATE -- The arrest total was 132, according to the LA Times.

1 Comments:

Blogger Laurel said...

Wow. Normally I'd just laugh with evil glee at the idea of Dodgers fans in jail, but that's going too far.

8:47 PM  

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