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White Sox Fans Get Their Rocks Off on "Rock The Sox" Day

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SarahSpain

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We've all heard stories about fans gettin' busy at public sporting events. Heck, we've even seen video of it. But few of us have actually witnessed it firsthand.

Well on Opening Day, labeled "Rock The Sox" Day on the team's promotional calendar, two White Sox fans took the whole socks-rocking promo a bit too literally. As a result, a dad and his young son were treated to a live showing of America's Second-Favorite Pastime: boning at a baseball game.

Writes John Kass of the Tribune:

This was an Opening Day that [Dr. Paul] Nemeth and his son will never forget. Ever.

On Monday, Nemeth's son had to go, and his father took him to the nearest restroom. They stood in line for the first urinal next to a row of stalls.

As they waited, Nemeth said, he noticed noises coming from the last stall. A man's legs -- clad in blue jeans and sneakers -- were sticking out from under the stall door.

"The toes were pointing up," said Nemeth. "The legs were shaking and quivering. From a visual standpoint, all you had to see was the legs quivering to know something was going on."
As a trained physician, he had an idea what was happening in there, but he worried it might have been something else.

"It was bizarre. It caught the attention of a lot of people. I tried to turn my boy's attention away from it, then I thought, 'Is someone having a seizure?'

"So I kicked the door, just to get a reaction. I just wanted to make sure nobody was dying in there. That's when I heard a woman's voice yell, 'HEY, STOP!' Something was going on and I had interrupted."

Moments later, the stall door opened, and a tall, thin, blond man exited. The tall man held his arms up in triumph.

"His arms were straight up, like in victory," Nemeth said. "Everybody was hooting and hollering and giving high-fives."

Saturday, April 24 is "Girl Scout Grand Slam Group" day at The Cell. Please God don't let anyone misinterpret that promotion, too.


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Gunzaan said:

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I love the last line by you :)

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