MILWAUKEE, WI- A Bucks game took a turn for the wurst after a fans head was blown off by the teams new Bratwurst cannon. Medical professionals expect him to make a full recovery but recommend sticking to t-shirt cannons in the future.
The team’s marketing department was certain they had stumbled upon the perfect combination of sport and sausage, believing that a Bratwurst cannon would revolutionize the fan experience.
As fans eagerly awaited halftime, “The Brat Blaster” rolled onto the court with a parade of staff wearing lederhosen, led by the mascot, a giant anthropomorphic bratwurst named “Bucky the Brat.” The cannon itself was a sight to behold, resembling a WWII German bazooka.
The trouble began when the Bucks’ mascot, in an attempt to show off his culinary prowess, cranked up the cannon to full power. The cannon roared to life, firing a colossal bratwurst at over 150 miles per hour. The unsuspecting fan, who happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time, took the full force of the bratwurst to the neck, resulting in an unintentional decapitation that left the crowd in shock.