James Mohr Assaulted By Chiefs Fans Parking Lot Suffers Broken Jaw | BlackSportsOnline

Jets Fan James Mohr Beaten Up By Chiefs Fans in Stadium Parking Lot Suffers Broken Jaw

by Robert Littal | Posted on Wednesday, December 14th, 2011
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There has been a lot of fan on fan violence this year.

The game should never be that serious that these type of altercations should happen. I understand Chiefs fan was a bit annoyed that their team was beat down by the Jets last weekend, but this is just too much.

The family of P.E. teacher James Mohr, 23, told the New York Post that Mohr, dressed in Jets gear, was walking through the MetLife Stadium parking lot after New York’s 37-10 victory over the Chiefs last Sunday when he heard the offensive taunts.

“Our other brother is a fireman, and my father is retired FDNY, so you can understand why a 9/11 comment would especially irk him,” Mohr’s sister Anna said, according to FoxSports.com. “He was shocked anyone would actually say something like that.”

The Post said up to seven people jumped Mohr, and cited a police source as saying that at least one was wearing a Chiefs jersey. Mohr underwent hours of surgery Tuesday at Hackensack University Medical Center to repair a fractured jaw, cheekbone and eye socket.

As you can imagine the Chiefs fans were drunk. I understand selling beer during games is vital to the economic success of franchises, but they have to look at possibly stopping beer not after 3rd quarter but halftime to try to curtail this type of stuff.

Stay classy Chiefs fan, stay classy.

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  1. LB says:

    Damn…why to get beatdown at your home stadium…..

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