BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. - After Monday’s manhandling by the Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals faithful surely understand how one fan felt about a loud Ravens fan.
The Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel reports that the hooting and hollering by a man rooting for the Baltimore Ravens at an Applebee’s may have been just too much for a Cincinnati fan sitting at the bar trying to endure Cincinnati’s 44-13 loss.
Citing police, the newspaper reports that the Cincinnati fan punched the Ravens fan. Then, according to the report that the 32-year-old Ravens fan gave police, the Bengals backer promptly left.
Or maybe he left because he just couldn’t take what he was seeing on Monday night football any longer.
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