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The Philly Thread
Police arrested a Cherry Hill man after he was accused of intentionally vomiting on a young girl at the Phillies game Wednesday evening.

The young girl's father, trying to give his daughters an unforgettable night at the ballpark, ended up getting a memory he wishes he could forget.

Captain Michael Vangelo with the Easton Police Department was off-duty when he took his 11 and 15-year-old daughters to the Phillies game Wednesday night.

"When I say disgusting, there was not only insults and vulgarities directed at us, but also beer was thrown at us," Vangelo told CBS 3.

Unfortunately, the evening only got worse.

"I actually heard the individual behind me say, 'I'm gonna get sick', then I couldn't believe what I saw. He actually had his fingers down his mouth and into his throat to make himself vomit. He vomited and lurched forward and it was hitting my daughter," Vangelo explained.

Police identified that individual as 21-year-old Matthew Clemmens from Cherry Hill, New Jersey.

According to Vangelo, Clemmens and friends were sitting behind them and appeared to be drunk. One of them was even thrown out of the game earlier for unruly behavior. The vomiting upset and scared Vangelo's 11-year-old daughter.

"She was crying and that's difficult to see as a dad," Vangelo said.

So Vangelo stepped in and with help from fellow fans, held Clemmens down until police arrived. The Vangelos thought the night had been completely ruined.

"But a great fan caught a ball and he gave it to my daughter. She slept with the ball last night and when I woke her up this morning for school, the ball was still in her hand," Vangelo explained.

Clemmens was arraigned early Friday morning on charges of simple assault, aggravated assault, reckless endangerment, harassment, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. Bail was set at $12,000.
Leave it to those Jersey pussies to do something like that
This kid doesn't look like he'd do something like vomit on someone, does he?
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nice eye asshole, you got off light
SO how many times will ESPN run this clown and bring up snow balls being thrown at Santa, I'd set the over/under at 10
It probably pained that fat bastard to let food go to waste by vomiting...the sick fuck. He looks like a 40 year old housewife.
Hooch Wrote:This kid doesn't look like he'd do something like vomit on someone, does he?
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nice eye asshole, you got off light

hey if you look up "not funny" in the dictionary there's that guy.

welcome to the jackass generation....

whatever happened to the good old days when you'd just piss on the cars from out of state? shifty
Three men wearing Nazi garb sparked a brawl with approximately 50 people outside a hardcore punk concert in Philadelphia.

Witnesses said the men were mocked inside the Khyber club Friday night for sporting tattoos of Nazi symbols and wearing camouflaged combat pants, WWII-style coats emblazoned with SS emblems and Third Reich hats with Nazi insignias.

Jimmy Gestapo, the frontman for the New York-based band Murphy's Law, told the Philadelphia Daily News that the trio incited a "semi-riot" outside the venue in between two of the band's sets.

According to a Philadelphia Examiner report that appears to have since been removed from the newspaper's website, "glass smashed and a footrace ensued" as the crowd closed in and attacked the three men, chasing them down the busy block of Philadelphia's Old City neighborhood.

"One Nazi was caught right in the middle of 2nd street as punches, kicks, bottles, boots and blows rained down upon his prone and turtled body. He could be heard crying for help all up and down the block," the Examiner report read. "The other two were caught nearby and beaten severely."

In an e-mail to the Philadelphia Daily News, Gestapo said the men "did get their a**** kicked" over their "full Nazi dress."

Witnesses said bouncers and passers-by from other clubs contained the brawl. Police confirmed they responded to a disturbance around 11:30 p.m. but said no one was arrested or hospitalized.

The Examiner reported that the fracas inspired Murphy's Law to write and play an impromptu song called, "You Should Have Known Better," prompting an uproarious response from concert-goers.

An antifascist group, One People's Project, decried the neo-Nazis on its website, writing: "We don't know who the boneheads were nor who was responsible for the 2nd Street Smackdown, but let this be a lesson to them or anyone else that wants to play this game. You will lose it."

Khyber owner Stephen Simons said the incident marked the first time anyone has showed up to the club wearing Nazi gear.

"As a Jew, I am totally offended by them wearing the uniforms," he told the Daily News. "But, as an American citizen, I totally uphold their right to dress however they want to dress."
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Teenage Philadelphia Phillies Fan Tasered on Field During Game
and video...

You must have been torn as where to post that. The moron thread, pwn3d ...the list goes on.

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