I’m sure by now you are well aware of the beer-toss-incident that took place during last night’s (Oct 4) wildcard game between Toronto Blue Jays and Baltimore Orioles.
Canadians everywhere were thoroughly unimpressed with the behaviour by this rogue Jays fan and that includes Toronto Police.
Check out the Toronto Blue Jays official statement regarding the incident below:
TSN’s Rick Westhead pretty much predicted a change to alcohol policies would follow last night’s events.
Expect Blue Jays today or tomorrow to announce changes in policy re: beer sales after beer can-throwing incident during Wild Card game. 1/4— Rick Westhead (@rwesthead) October 5, 2016
Jays discussing moves such as selling beer only in cups, no cans. Police spox says they are limited in what they can do in these cases. 2/4— Rick Westhead (@rwesthead) October 5, 2016
Man who tossed beer in 2015 Jays playoffs, spraying baby, charged with mischief. [No attempt assault charge in Canada’s criminal code.] 3/4— Rick Westhead (@rwesthead) October 5, 2016
But Toronto Police say judges have latitude to levy serious penalties for mischief convictions. Toronto cops now looking for can chucker 4/4— Rick Westhead (@rwesthead) October 5, 2016
I only have one thing to say to the beer tosser from last night’s wildcard game: