Baseball Fan's Butter Finger Broke and Now She's Suing

Word of advice: pay attention to what's going on when you're at a sports game. You never know if you're going to get beer spilled on you, hit in the face by a ball, or get a t-shirt shot at you. If you do get lucky, they are assuming you can catch – or you can at least suck it up if you get hurt.

Not this fan. She is suing the Houston Astros for a million dollars because of a T-shirt gun fired by the mascot.

The money is supposed to cover two surgeries, pain, mental anguish, and loss of earnings.

This all happened last season at a game in July.

The lawsuit claims negligence on the part of the team by not training the operator of the gun and not warning fans about the risks of being on the receiving end of the t-shirts.

Funny enough, this isn’t the first time a fan tried to sue a baseball team.

Here's a video of the mascot shooting the t-shirt gun.

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