Just how unstable are the Red Sox fans?
They attacked a young father because he was driving a car with New York plates. He wasn't flying a Yankees flag. Didn't have a Yankees bumper sticker. Nor was he wearing any Yankees gear. But that didn't stop Red Sox fan from attacking him with an aluminum bat.
William Nestor, a commercial diver from Northport, LI, was returning with his family from a Fourth of July fireworks display in Falmouth, Mass., when he was attacked - allegedly because he had New York plates.
"The guy hit me with an aluminum bat," Nestor told The Post after returning home late last night. "I never saw it coming."
Nestor, who was stuck in heavy traffic after leaving the fireworks show at 10 p.m., said he noticed a group of hooligans harassing people in several cars.
But they seemed to be targeting cars with New York plates and cursing at them.
"They were yelling, 'Yankees! Yankees!' and 'F - - - New York' " Nestor, 29, said. "When they saw the plates, they came at me.
"I didn't even know the Yankees and Red Sox were playing" this weekend, added Nestor, who's not a particularly big baseball fan.
Did it ever register with these morons that maybe some New Yorkers were Mets fans? Even so, Red Sox fans, and Massholes in general, are really starting to give Raiders fans a run for their money at the bottom of Darwin's food chain. This is the second major incident between Yankees and Red Sox fans. Recently, a Yankees fan received damage to her car when some a-hole Sox fan flung his body into it like an idiot.
Seriously, if having Casey Kotchman miss the All-Star game means that Angels fans aren't attacking people with aluminum bats, then so bet it.