(VIDEO) Iranian Soccer Fan Throws Live Grenade Onto Field, Almost Blows Off Player’s Hand

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You may have already been aware, but Iran is sort of a shitty country. It’s ruled by a crazed religious tyrant who wants to build nuclear weapons, their leaders hate America, it’s really hot there, etc. Apparently you can now add “Iran has psychotic, violent sports fans” to that list as well.

At a recent soccer match in Isfahan, Iran a fan threw a live grenade on the field because, you know, it’s Iran. This is a country where you can buy a grenade, walk two feet to your left, and buy a pound of dates.

Here’s the video in which the player picks up the grenade and casually tosses it aside, thinking it was just some random object thrown onto the field.

And here I thought that Ukrainian fans throwing bananas onto the field was bad. The most amazing thing about that video? No one flopped. I knew soccer players were full of shit.




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    The guy casually sauntered away from the explosion. I would saunter too – but only because there would be a giant pile of shit in my underpants. Can we just turn the middle east into a giant parking lot already?

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      Hoo Frats Harder

      ^Damn straight, I think the USA should implement mandatory hand removal to everyone in the world of mid-east ancestry or whatnot to prevent any possible bomb making. That would be a TFM and a half. I also had to edit the fuck out of the initial post attempt because of the fucking stupid filters on this site. Fuck.

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      Tallapoosa Snu

      He’s a soccer player, he doesn’t even need hands… they should quit fuckin whining about it. That was probably his coach that threw the grenade for an ill timed handball nthe last game. That’ll teach him. Didn’t they like murder the whole team one year for losing or was that another country?

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