Man And His ‘Emotional Support’ Alligator Denied Entry To MLB Game
Three words I didn’t think I’d ever see: emotional support alligator. This to me is an eventual impossibility. The way I see it, you will become a ‘hunger support’ human. It’s not a question of ‘if’, but ‘when.’ That’s nature kids, and you can’t fight it. Apparently, Joie Henney is looking to disprove my theory. He was recently denied entry into Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia for a Phillies Major League Baseball game. The reason? He tried to bring his emotional support alligator, “Wally,” in with him. Henney says he needs the reptile in his battle with depression and cancer.
You’re kidding me, right? Let’s get past the fact that I think this guy’s a lunatic looking to be a lunch. Who thinks that taking a beast that’s been eating man as long as man has been to a stadium full of fresh meat is a good idea? Can you even imagine the looks on the ticket takers when my man strolled up with his pet dinosaur on a leash? How does he argue with them? What is his argument?
Turns out, thankfully, alligators do not fall under the categories of animals allowed in the stadium. Imagine that. Now, here’s where the story gets really weird. “Wally” was seen giving out hugs to Phillies fans. WTH?!
Even if Joie Henney says his emotional support alligator is ‘friendly,’ are you taking the chance and leaning in for the hug? If so, you’re crazier than he is!