It was a balmy 82 degrees on Sunday at Wrigley, A.J. Burnett was silencing the Cubs’ potent offense, and Daniel Krupa just wanted to have a good time. Danny boy did what any other 20-year-old kid would do. He grabbed some fake IDs, got hammered drunk, and presumably heckled the umps and Pirates.
From DNA Info:
Krupa was at Sunday’s Cubs-Pirates game when Wrigley security began getting complaints about his rowdy behavior and foul mouth, according to a police report. Krupa appeared drunk and belligerent, the report said, and was carrying IDs that belonged to two people over age 21.
Krupa then poked a security guard, an off-duty Chicago Police officer, in the chest and refused to leave, saying “You can’t tell me s—. I ain’t leaving,” the report said.
What a boss. Stadium security is only a few steps above mall cop. They are power hungry and need folks like Daniel to peg ’em down a few notches. Unfortunately, Daniel was unwillingly removed from the game and received his sentence from the county judge.
“You can’t go to Wrigley Field this summer,” Cook County Judge Adam Bourgeois Jr. told 20-year-od Daniel Krupa of Lemont.
That’s a bitch ass move, Bourgeois Jr. The Cubs don’t actually suck this year, and you’re depriving this kid of seeing them play in person. Don’t let the man get you down, kid. They can take away your summer, but they can’t take away your birthday.
DNA Info labeled him as a “suburban man.” I’m not sure how being suburban is relevant to the story. Is Daniel a proud member of the #BurbLife? If he is, Daniel is making a run at the #BurbLife Hall Of Fame with performances like these..
[via DNA Info]