— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) June 1, 2017
During a 7-1 blowout at the hands of the Milwaukee Brewers, New York Mets lovable mascot, Mr. Met, flashed an unlovable sign.
Perhaps Noah Syndergaard was right all along.
Just imagine it. You’re in bed, trying to fall asleep with a dark room as the backdrop. Your bedroom door opens to see a giant baseball head-like creature halfway smiling at you in the creepiest of ways.
Then … he flips you off and runs away.
OK, so while Mr. Met actually didn’t invade somebody’s bedroom, he did, on Thursday night, change the perception of his lovable nature.
Check out the video above. Twitter user @adelucia35 captured the horrifying moment in which Mr. Met transformed from everybody’s most darling mascot into a pure monster (video above).
The bird from the big head came during a 7-1 blowout loss for his New York Mets at the hands of the Milwaukee Brewers. Actually, does the big-headed guy even have five fingers? If not, this wasn’t his middle finger.
In any event, the gesture was pretty forthcoming.
Thor, wherever you are, close your eyes. This won’t help your fear of mascots.