October 7, 2010 by staff 

Deadspin, The final insult to the fans of Cleveland, one point on Deadspin reports today that Browns fans who were planning to join a tailgate party in a private parking lot Cleveland Browns Sunday before the Bengals game were denied access to much less pay a cover charge of $ 5.

One of the fans to pay was an alderman of Cleveland, who is now looking at the legality of the practice and whether it is legal or not the city had any money from it.

On the surface, it seems downright fascist charging people to join a tailgate party, on top of what are probably already exorbitant parking rates. I mean, you’ve probably paid a lot of park, which should cover everything, and you should be able to invite as many people to your tailgate as you want.

On the other hand, responsibility and cleaning issues when football fans have large quantities of booze before a game is a real problem, and if you think otherwise, you are joking. But and 5? It’s a bit unreasonable. Maybe a buck.

Anyway, I would bet that the operators of parking around Heinz Field like they thought of it before, I’ll be shocked if they do not adopt a similar policy in the very near future.

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