Posted 18 November 2013 - 04:40 PM
At the urinal? Who in the hell picks a fight while you're in the middle of that? I probably would have just pissed on him at that point.
He made a comment, then gave me a slight whack to the back of the head (yes, I was still peeing at this point). I told him to stop, that I was just kidding around with him and that I was yeah, taking a leak! He did it again, harder, and was clearly waiting for/wanting a retaliation. At this point I was done peeing, but I again asked him to knock it off (there were a lot of Rags fans in the bathroom, and I was clearly outnumbered), but also made it clear he shouldn't hit me again. He did. I lost it. I zipped myself, punched him square in the face, he lost his balance and fell toward a wall, I pinned him up against the wall with my left elbow and popped him in the face another five or six times, faster than I would've thought I was capable of doing, and then just kind of lost it and started yelling at him (he was bent over and holding his face at this point). No one tried to break it up, but a couple of minutes later a security guard came in and took him out...nothing happened to me. A couple of Ranger fans actually said "That guy had it coming, you couldn't help it." I still felt bad though. Fighting isn't my thing.
Edited by Colorado Rockies 1976, 18 November 2013 - 06:55 PM.
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