DC Reporter Not Too Thrilled With Dipshit Capitals Fan Who Interrupted Live Report After Game 1 Loss

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by Tommy Gimler

“Watch your back out there, man,” is definitely one of those things you don’t want to hear your anchor back in the studio ever say to a reporter who’s live on the scene.

I mean, odds are that means the reporter is somewhere near the seventh layer of hell and might not make it back to the studio with all of his limbs still attached to his body.

Well, in this case, NBC4 Washington’s Shomari Stone was reporting live in our nation’s capital after the Caps dropped Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals last night, which I guess you could say qualifies as the fifth or perhaps even sixth layer of hell everything considered. It was pretty much a no-win situation for Stone, as even if the Capitals would have won the contest, odds are a drunk hooligan would have interrupted his live report before he threw it back to Leon Harris in the studio.

Any crap, here’s what happened last night:

Now it’s unknown what happened off-camera, but there’s a good chance that Capitals fan might be talking with a stutter for the rest of the week. I mean, did you see that look on Stone’s face before he disappeared off the screen? That was the kind of look you usually only see on a man’s face after he finds out that his stepfather and the local priest just got done running a train on his wife.

Let’s hope somebody pulled that Caps fan away before Stone curb stomped him, but then again, if there was one guy in Washington who deserved to get his ass kicked last night, it was probably that guy. Well, and probably one other guy, of course…

Wait, there’s more: Joel Embiid Throwing A Ball Off This Kid’s Face And Then Dunking On His Ass Is Better Than Anything We Saw From Either Game 7

You have got to see this shit:

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