(RestoreAmericanGlory.com) – On Sunday the tradition of fans jumping and destroying folding tables at Buffalo Bills tailgates went south ahead of the AFC Divisional matchup. The Buffalo Bills were set to face the Kansas City Chiefs. One of the fans had reportedly attempted to follow the tradition with the table on fire.
The fan had one of his friends flip him off a truck onto the folding table. However, the table had a small flame that had been lit on it. The fan ended up smashing into the table and breaking it. This part of the tradition went exactly as expected, however, when the fan ended up standing up the fire continued burning on his pants and his lower back.
In an attempt to put out the fire, he started off by trying to pat it out, before eventually collapsing to the ground, where there was still solid snow.
Someone else tried to assist by patting him in order to put out the flames. The fire was most likely started with lighter fluid which was the most likely reason that the fire kept going even after the fan had stood up.
Regarding the football game, the Lions managed to beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31-32, which allowed them to make it to the NFC Championship Game.
For the fan who caught on fire, depending on which team he was supporting he could have ended his Sunday very happy.
Still, Buffalo fans were devastated after kicker Tyler Bass did not make the tying field goal when there were less than two minutes of playtime.
HOLY SH*T: #BILLS FAN GOT BODY SLAMMED INTO A BURNING TABLE AND THEN HIS BUTT WAS ON FIRE
This is a first.
— MLFootball (@_MLFootball) January 21, 2024
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