From the baseball dugout to the detective… I know you’re angry, but let’s stick to the line!

Changwon NC Park on the 27th where the LG Twins-NC Dinos match took place. Immediately after the preliminary briefing by LG away team coach Yeom Gyeong-yeop was finished, four detectives from Masan Dongbu Police Station entered the third base dugout. There are cases where police are deployed to control spectators, but it is not common to see a detective in the dugout, so it was inevitable to draw attention. Fans who watched this also widened their eyes.

The previous day (26th), the situation that occurred with 2 out and 1st base at the end of the 9th inning when NC was behind 3-5 was the beginning. LG second baseman Shin Min-jae caught an ordinary ground ball from NC Park Gun-woo and tossed it to second base, and the game seemed to end. However, second base umpire Yoon Sang-won declared that he had been hit by a ball, and Park Kun-woo’s ball turned into an infield hit, and Jason Martin’s heavy hit and Kwon Hee-dong’s three-run home run led NC to a 7-5 come-from-behind victory. In an instant, the joy was reversed.

According to the rules, the batted ball hit Judge Yoon’s foot, so there is no problem in the situation that followed. However, LG fans could not help but be angry because they missed the game they had already caught. However, the stadium turned into a mess the next day due to some ignorant fans who could not stop at the line of anger and ‘crossed the line’. Online, he warned not only Judge Yoon, but also his family and fellow judges of terrorism. Since the ‘murder notice’ article has recently emerged as a serious social problem, it could not be taken lightly.

The waves were huge. Judge Yoon complained of excruciating pain all night. As arrows flew at him and his family, as well as at his comrades, he felt tremendous pressure. He had to serve as the referee on the 27th, and eventually returned home early.메이저놀이터

In a phone call with Sports Donga, KBO referee chairman Huh Woon said, “Referee Yoon had a very hard time receiving threats from himself, his family, and colleagues. After the game, he couldn’t sleep and complained of pain,” he explained. “I asked the police for help in case of an emergency.” This is the background where detectives are deployed in the dugout of a baseball field. Fans who came to the stadium to enjoy baseball on a holiday also had to endure inconvenience as admission procedures, such as search through metal detectors, were greatly strengthened.

Of course, fans can also criticize the decision. However, going beyond blame and anger and putting threats into action is another matter. It is a clear criminal act, and it is the worst act that makes other fans who support the same team criticized. The team you cheer for does not take responsibility for your life.

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