Two San Francisco 49ers Fans Shot at Applebee’s for Cheering Touchdown
Two San Francisco 49ers fans were punished for cheering their team’s game-winning touchdown during Saturday’s NFC Playoff game against the New Orleans Saints.
Christopher Middleton and Corey Adams were eating at an Applebee’s restaurant in Duluth, Georgia, when the 49ers’ Vernon Davis caught the game-winning touchdown, and began cheering.
Donald Ray Ayro, a Saints fan, apparently exchanged some heated words with the two men, then paid for his food and told them he’d be back to take care of them.
Adams didn’t think much of the situation, until Ayro returned to the Applebee’s parking lot. Ayro confronted the two men, pulling a gun and shooting them. The shot grazed Adams, but Middleton was hit in the abdomen and rushed to a hospital where he is in critical condition.
Police found and arrested Ayro and charged him with two counts of aggravated assault, being a felon in possession of a firearm and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony.
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