Time for Mets to end Mr. Met’s potentially dangerous t-shirt gun:  Phanatic’s hot dog injures woman

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Hey if we’re going to have netting everywhere, we need to take the threat of t-shirt guns seriously.  Now that one woman has been injured by a hot dog, how can the Mets allow Mr. Met to fire t-shirts into the crowd?  How many people have to be injured by mascots before we take this seriously?

A woman sitting behind home plate at a Philadelphia Phillies game Monday night is recovering from facial injuries she suffered when she was hit by a flying hot dog.  The errant hot dog was wrapped in duct tape (to keep it intact) and launched by the team’s mascot, the Phillie Phanatic, as part of a routine seen at games for years.

Source: Phillie Phanatic’s flying hot dog injures woman

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Now that the Mets are aware of this potential danger, I call upon them to end this risk to fans much like they took steps to protect fans from foul balls.


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