A video made the rounds Wednesday night of an overzealous security guard taking a ball from a young Atlanta Braves fan because the man whom the child was with committed fan interference to get it. As it turns out, the kid ended up doing OK on the deal. As the incident unfolded, even the TV broadcasters urged the security guard to use "common sense" and give the ball back to the child. But he didn't, and he made sure that the man who got the ball was escorted out of the seating area. The Braves later sent an email to ESPN.com saying the boy was given a ball autographed by Braves star Freddie Freeman and was invited back to a game in June to celebrate his birthday. The man who was escorted out
If I found out someone was a member of a two time gold-medal-winning Olympic gymnastics team, the last thing I'd do is underestimate them. According to the tweets, Raisman was in line when a female agent called out to her. Then, for some unknown reason, a male TSA agent chimed in with "I don't see any muscles" and continued to look her up and down, as if to judge if she really looked like a gymnast.
In an emotional interview on Tuesday following a deadly terrorist attack outside an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, a blood donor made it clear that the English city is for everyone. “This city is a community,” Ian told BBC Newsnight outside of a blood bank. “I don’t care who you believe in, where you’re from, this city is for everybody and we all need to rally around today to show support because they want to divide us, don’t they? In echoes of Ian’s sentiment, thousands of Mancunians stood together at a Manchester Town Hall vigil on Tuesday.