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Saints Season Ticket Holder Has Had Enough With Player Protests And Wants A Refund

The NFL player protest has forced people to take sides. Either you believe the players taking a knee are disrespecting the flag and should be fired or you believe the players are taking a knee to bring attention to police brutality and racial inequality.

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Apparently, New Orleans Saint season ticket holder, Lee Dragna of Morgan City, La has had enough with players disrespecting the flag and is suing the organization for the cost of his season ticket, which is around $8,000.

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Dragna filed the lawsuit claiming that the protest prevented him and his family from enjoying the games, according to The New Orleans Advocate.

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Dragna states in the lawsuit that the players have caused the fans to act unruly. He says they were cursing and spilling beer all over the place, which is “borderline dangerous.” Dragna says Saints owner Tom Benson needs to take charge of the situation. “The Saints created that behavior by condoning it. It’s my thought pattern that they should not be allowed [to protest],” he said. “If you sell tickets to a gaming event for entertainment, you should not be allowed to turn it political.”

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Although it remains unclear why Dragna is blaming the players for unruly fans, he is determined to get his money back. He says,“One way or another they’ll pay.”

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