It’s no secret the New York Yankees’ stadium is filled with fine members of society who know all the words to “Y R U Gay,” the uncreative spoof on the Village People’s “YMCA” that’s used to taunt fans of the opposing team. Videos of fans targeting complete strangers are not new to the Internet. Generally speaking, “Y R U Gay” is (one of?) the theme song of the Bleacher Creatures, a loosely knit group of Yankees fans in the cheap seats in the back. And while, after being alerted to fans singing the song (because they were blind to it otherwise?), the team’s flack said “the Yankees have zero tolerance for this and any kind of abuse,” and that any singing “Y R U Gay” will “not be tolerated,” and that security will begin policing the bleachers for such public performances, here we see what appears to be two mop-haired male teens being surrounded by a group of adult men, waving their fingers in the younger guys’ faces, asking them why they’re gay, and testifying they saw them “sucking some D-I-C-K.:
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If you can help us track down what game this was at, we’ll gladly point the Yankees in the right direction of where they can find these ticket purchasers. Because while we’re all for rivalry in sports, and the gentle ribbing of opposing fans who dare enter enemy turf, nobody should be subjected to this bullshit. Especially kids.