It’s been a tough season for LSU fans.
But you can’t say their fans haven’t been going down kicking and screaming.
According to a report from The Advocate in Baton Rogue, a drunk LSU fan was arrested after assaulting emergency medical personnel after Saturday’s win.
Michael Curry of Mandeville was taken drunk from Saturday’s LSU game against Southern Miss, but when he arrived at the hospital, he punched and kicked an EMS worker in the hospital, booking records show.
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It got worse:
Once inside, a female EMS worker asked Curry for a urine sample, East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s deputies said in the arrest report. Curry then began striking the woman in the back of her head several times with closed fists, and shoved and punched another EMS worker when she tried to intervene, police said.
Curry was booked on a count of battery against emergency room personnel, records obtained by The Advocate showed.
LSU put up some big numbers in the 45-10 win, including (we assume) Mr. Curry’s BAC.