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Nashua Silver Knights ‘Monkey Boy’ Laid Out by Opposing Player (Video)

There’s absolutely nothing wrong with sub-professional baseball teams using gimmicks to sell tickets.  If giving away a hilarious pair of boxer shorts on the night of an equally hysterical competition will help fill the stands we’re all for it.  If you have to shoot a guy out of a cannon to create a buzz then so be it.  However, an annoying short man dressed as a monkey dancing around crosses the line.  That’s why I really have no problem with the follow clip.  Check out the video of the Nashua Silver Knights’ “monkey boy” getting laid out, courtesy of YouTube user Humbera:

Maybe the hit was a little excessive, but you have to know to keep your head on a swivel if you’re going to do something that obnoxious.  If you can’t stand the heat stay out of the kitchen.  Mess with the bull get the horns.  Add any other “he asked for it” cliches you want, but I don’t feel sorry for this character no matter how you look at it.


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  • http://larrybrownsports.com Larry Brown

    Would have been more funny if it were just a guy in a monkey suit getting laid

  • http://www.facebook.com/woogychuck Ian Muir

    Wow you are some kind of prick huh? You think it’s OK for people to just attack mascots for no reason? I think this post is pretty obnoxious, does that make it OK for me to assault you?

  • Anonymous

    Yup, come and get it.

  • B W

    I agree with Mr. Muir. Mr. DelVecchio is a typical, social darwinist prick.

  • Anonymous

    :(

  • Anonymous

    My name is Joe Mangano and my website – http://www.supportfortheshort.org
    – deals with a topic called ‘Heightism’.  Heightism is prejudice,
    discrimination, bullying, harassment, and physical intimidation and
    assault based on a person’s height – almost always SHORT height.  In
    other words heightism is any form of negative behavior that people
    exhibit towards short people.  This is the focus of my website.  And
    short people, in particular short men, are very much a discriminated
    against group.  Most of it is unrecognized and invisible.  I stumbled
    onto http://www.larrybrownsports.com
    and viewed your article and video that disturbed me greatly.  It depicted
    a person who was wantonly physically attacked at a baseball game.  The
    video showed no one coming to the assaulted person’s aid and the writer
    of the article – YOU – seemed to support the wanton attack.  Judging by you writing above, you seem to be very pleased with the wanton assault
    as you described the individual as “an annoying short man”.  It is quite
    apparent to me you are pleased that the man was attacked
    BECAUSE he was short.  I am also quite convinced that the man was
    attacked also BECAUSE he was short or small and therefore was a viable
    target for a young seemingly pre-pubescent kid or early pubescent kid
    just beginning to feel his testosterone.  I don’t exactly know who Chris
    Ames is but my assumption is that is a very short-statured man.  I
    don’t believe the kid that did this should get away with it.  And I also don’t believe that you should get away with supporting the wanton assault on this man.  Now, I’m not going to get Napoleon on you and start threatening to beat you up – although that’s what you deserve, but I am going to call you a blatant heightist, because that’s what you most definitely are.  I wonder if the man was Black, would you have described him as an annoying Black man, or if he was Hispanic, or Jewish or Muslim, or even fat, would you have used those terms.  You know perfectly well you wouldn’t have.  Short people and in particular, short men are getting quite tired of being victims.  I hope you don’t display any more wanton hate of short people in the future. 

  • Anonymous

    My name is Joe Mangano and my website – http://www.supportfortheshort.org
    – deals with a topic called ‘Heightism’.  Heightism is prejudice,
    discrimination, bullying, harassment, and physical intimidation and
    assault based on a person’s height – almost always SHORT height.  In
    other words heightism is any form of negative behavior that people
    exhibit towards short people.  This is the focus of my website.  And
    short people, in particular short men, are very much a discriminated
    against group.  Most of it is unrecognized and invisible.  I stumbled
    onto http://www.larrybrownsports.com
    and viewed your article and video that disturbed me greatly.  It depicted
    a person who was wantonly physically attacked at a baseball game.  The
    video showed no one coming to the assaulted person’s aid and the writer
    of the article – YOU – seemed to support the wanton attack.  Judging by you writing above, you seem to be very pleased with the wanton assault
    as you described the individual as “an annoying short man”.  It is quite
    apparent to me you are pleased that the man was attacked
    BECAUSE he was short.  I am also quite convinced that the man was
    attacked also BECAUSE he was short or small and therefore was a viable
    target for a young seemingly pre-pubescent kid or early pubescent kid
    just beginning to feel his testosterone.  I don’t exactly know who Chris
    Ames is but my assumption is that is a very short-statured man.  I
    don’t believe the kid that did this should get away with it.  And I also don’t believe that you should get away with supporting the wanton assault on this man.  Now, I’m not going to get Napoleon on you and start threatening to beat you up – although that’s what you deserve, but I am going to call you a blatant heightist, because that’s what you most definitely are.  I wonder if the man was Black, would you have described him as an annoying Black man, or if he was Hispanic, or Jewish or Muslim, or even fat, would you have used those terms.  You know perfectly well you wouldn’t have.  Short people and in particular, short men are getting quite tired of being victims.  I hope you don’t display any more wanton hate of short people in the future. 

  • Anonymous

    I couldn’t imagine this kid attacking anyone else in that stadium the way he did without a general mob scene and a bunch of guys grabbing him and holding him for the police.  This wanton attack on this short man occurred and not a single person intervened.  I couldn’t imagine that kid physically attacking anyone else on that field or in the stadium and have nothing happen to him such as appeared to be the case here. And this writer, this Steve DelVecchio creep, is what is known as a heightist.  He celebrates attacks on short people.  If he had mentioned the race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, etc. of the person who was wantonly attacked, he’d be looking for another job right now, and he knows it. 

  • Anonymous

    The punk that sucker tackled Monkey Man is a coward.

    DelVecchio, looks like you got another sh*t head in your mama boy’s club.

    DelVecchio,  if you don’t like my comments, then let’s get face to face and see what you got.