Typical Kansas City: Disgusting Chiefs fans rain trash down on Chargers after loss

Dec 13, 2018; Kansas City, MO: Kansas City Chiefs fans during the second half against the Los Angeles Chargers at Arrowhead Stadium. (Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports)
Kansas City Chiefs fans during the second half against the Los Angeles Chargers at Arrowhead Stadium. (Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports)

By Matt Dolloff, 985TheSportsHub.com

Chiefs fans owe America an apology after this latest act of debauchery.

Kansas City is rightfully getting torn to shreds across the nation this morning, after dozens of Chiefs fans continued to exemplify the appalling barbarism infecting America's most repulsive city. Watch below (warning: NSFW) as this group of jackals shower the Chargers' Michael Davis with beer cans and other debris, most of which had touched their lips at one point. Disgusting.

The reaction, as you'd expect, is appropriately outraged. Only in Kansas City, man.

It still boggles the mind how we can continue to see this behavior out of K.C., the kind that makes rival fans afraid to cross its border, and see nothing change. Something needs to be done about this hellhole. How are the Chiefs supposed to host playoff games when literally 76,000 fans are frothing at the mouth eager to assault opposing players?

Chiefs fans could learn a thing or two from Patriots fans, like the man who tried to help Tyreek Hill hydrate after he ran 75 yards. Or the Philadelphia fans who exposed Santa Claus for the fraud he is. Or the Raiders fans who continually provide family-friendly entertainment for each other in the stands. Or even the Yankee fan who wanted to give Craig Kimbrel a simple refreshment. It's incredible that you still only witness such cruelty in Arrowhead Stadium while every other fanbase joins the civilized world.

The only thing that was missing was a middle finger. That would've been the icing on the cake for these hooligans. They just can't handle losing. Sad.

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