Remember all that drama about the Fenway fans that yelled racial slurs at Baltimore Orioles outfielder Adam Jones earlier this week?

Yeah, well, if it makes you feel any better it turns out they are jerks to each other too.

Which is why the Red Sox permanently banned a fan from Fenway Park on Wednesday after they said he used a racial slur while speaking to another fan.

Boston resident Calvin Hennick was doing what a great father does, taking his son to his first ever Red Sox game on Tuesday as a present for his sixth birthday when it turns out a guy who—I'm guessing isn’t in the practice of working with children or civilized human beings—used a variant of the N-word when referring to the national anthem singer. 

Surprised, Hennick asked him to repeat what he said and the other fan obliged.

Sounds like the fan may have been ignorant, but he sure wasn’t impolite.

That’s when Hennick called security who ejected the fan who, incidentally, denied using a slur.

Yeah because to that idiot those words are probably part of his everyday language and he probably protested that he didn’t slur anything.

No, he did not, which is why everyone heard the awful word that came out of his mouth.

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