Feb 16, 2013, 10:29 AM EDT
Most of the time, youth sports leagues are a great place for kids/teenagers to play organized sports without having to deal with hecklers or conflict.
However, there are times when some parents decide to cross the line and start heckling at players on the opposing team or fighting with parents regarding trivial things.
The below video shows what happens when one youth hockey dad from Manitoba decides to cross the line at a Lord Selkirk Minor Hockey Association game by calling one of the players on the ice, “a midget” and the aftermath from it.
Boyd, while holding his infant daughter and rocking a Winnipeg Jets hat, decides to drop the m-bomb at one of the players out on the ice. A concerned parent who hears the man heckle decides to approach him and that’s when a confrontation between the two goes down:
(CAUTION: Video includes some NSFW language. Turn down volume if at work).
After the incident, Boyd has been subsequently banned from all events related to the league for the rest of the year.
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