When White Sox fan Paul Nemeth decided to take his six-year-old son to Opening Day, he probably thought it would be a shared moment they'd both remember. And that's exactly what it will be, just not for the reasons Nemeth was hoping.
Details via the Chicago Tribune:
One thing about taking little boys to the game is that little boys have to go to the restroom at the wrong time. When my sons were that age, every time they had to go, Frank Thomas or Paulie Konerko would hit a home run.Something, indeed. Turned out, it was a reenactment of what happened at the Jerry Dome last fall: two enterprising souls thinking it would be a swell idea to get busy in a
On Monday, Nemeth's son had to go, and his father took him to the nearest restroom. They stood in line for the first urinal next to a row of stalls. As they waited, Nemeth said, he noticed noises coming from the last stall. A man's legs - clad in blue jeans and sneakers - were sticking out from under the stall door.
"The toes were pointing up," said Nemeth. "The legs were shaking and quivering. From a visual standpoint, all you had to see was the legs quivering to know something was going on."
"It was disgusting. Probably the most disgusting thing was the encouragement this guy received from the other guys in the bathroom. You can't even go to a baseball game anymore without being subjected to this?"
And that's the thing: if this is, say, the AVN awards, no big deal. But people can't even take their kids to sporting events anymore. If it's not something like this, it's other ridiculousness.
Upside: the parents of the woman who got nailed in the men's bathroom must be very proud.