A Texas mother was prohibited from the sidelines after a legal hit during a Pee Wee football game.
Camera recordings caught the mother chasing and warning a 12-year-old child who had just tackled her child in the middle of a play. The woman is seen going after the boy while she was holding something, and his arms were raised.
The incident occurred as the first game of the season between the Southside Ravens and the Northwest Gorillas took place. A few minutes after the competition began, the came was interrupted.
“Yeah, I picked him up and everything. He was actually trying to shake my hand after the play until his mom, I guess, started chasing after me,” stated Ivan Flanagan.
The questionable parent was said to be in violation of several code of conduct guidelines, according to an incident report by the youth and football cheerleaders league.
Because the woman is believed to be a substantial threat to the environment, she and her children have been permanently prohibited from participating or attending any other events.
“If you cannot control your emotions that much that you get upset, then you don’t need to be around kids…,” said Emillia Rucker, the victim’s mother.
The banned woman will also have to pay a $200 fine, and the team will be fined $500 for not managing the sidelines.
The Houston Police Department stated that they are reviewing the incident.