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Here Is Gloria Allred’s Reenactment Of Roger McDowell’s Bat-Jerking Homophobic Tirade (Video)

by: JamieD On  Thursday, April 28, 2011

During a game between the Atlanta Braves and the San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park last weekend, Braves pitching coach Roger McDowell had a rather interesting confrontation with a few fans in the stands.

Reports indicate that McDowell asked the group of male Giants fans if they were “a homo couple or a threesome?”  Moments later he used a bat and his hand to simulate gay sex.  When asked to stop by a father in attendance with his two nine-year-old daughters, McDowell said, “Kids don’t f**king belong at the baseball park,” before threatening to use the bat to knock the father’s teeth out.

High-profile lawyer Gloria Allred has since taken on the case, holding a news conference yesterday where she and the father, Justin Quinn, reenacted McDowell’s sexual gesture together. Yes, it really is as weird as it sounds, and if that wasn’t bad enough, Quinn’s two nine-year-old daughters were seated just a few feet away throughout this entire display.

McDowell has since issued an apology for his actions.  The Atlanta Braves and MLB Commissioner Bud Selig are currently looking into the matter.

Here is a look at what may very well be the greatest new conference ever.

Hat Tip – [TMZ]




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