Bon Jovi showed support for his team on Monday night by showing his middle fingers to game officials handling the team's AFL Monday night contest on ESPN.
And it was all caught on camera.
"I apologize for the middle-finger thing," Bon Jovi said, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer...
Troy Bergeron of the Georgia Force caught the ball on the Philly four-yard-line, fumbled into the end zone, and recovered it for a touchdown.
"I didn't understand the ruling," Bon Jovi said. "[Bergeron] did have possession on the play. He fumbled in the end zone. He recovered the ball. I reacted to something I didn't know the rule on."
Now he knows how all of those fans feel when they pay $80 for a concert ticket and Bon Jovi doesn't sing Every Rose Has Its Thorn. And sure, people are going to dump on Bon Jovi for this, but you really have to admire his spirit. Even though he doesn't know the rules, he still a good owner. It's not like he married the previous owner, had him drowned and then relocated the team.