Sport Bears fan sues after team blocks him from wearing Packers gear

23:05  19 june  2017
23:05  19 june  2017 Source:   12up

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​This is an... interesting situation?

The Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers have one of the biggest and most bitter rivalries in all of sports. The two teams have been going at each other since basically the start of professional football.

So when you hear about crazy things going down between these two teams, you don't usually get surprised. However, even this one is a bit of a shocker.

​​Apparently, a Bears season ticket holder was denied access to a pregame warmup because he was wearing Packers gear. And now, the fan is suing the team for not letting him get the access he paid for.

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This is definitely a weird situation, and you can understand why the fan would be mad. But also, what in the world was he thinking?

You're a Bears season ticket holder, why are you showing up to games wearing the enemy's colors? That's like if you went and sat behind Duke's bench rocking some North Carolina gear. You're just asking for a problem.

Let's see how this one plays out.

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