Fans listening to the Baltimore Ravens radio broadcast of Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals may have noticed an odd interruption when a fan attempted to climb into the booth looking for a drink.
Gerry Sandusky and Obafemi “Femi” Ayanbadejo were covering the game for WBAL when Ayanbadejo began frantically shouting “What are you doing?” late in the first quarter.
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While it may have initially sounded like he was talking about players on the field, Sandusky revealed after a few moments of dead air that a fan, who identified herself as a veteran, was looking for an adult beverage.
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“If you were listening, you heard Femi say ‘What are you doing? What are you doing?’ He was not talking to the players or coaches. We actually had a fan who was trying to climb into the broadcast booth,” Sandusky explained. “She said, ‘I’m a veteran and I’m looking for a drink.’”
“Yeah, I don’t serve drinks at the game,” Ayanbadejo added. “I might make some cocktails at home, but this is not the time or place.”
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“You just never know who is going to pop up or show up on game day,” Sandusky joked.
Baltimore was trailing 27-17 at the end of the third quarter.