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If You Are Looking for 'The Hulk,' He Is Watching the Little League World Series

Gabe ZaldivarPop Culture Lead WriterAugust 22, 2013

The Little League World Series is in full swing, which means fans of the annual international tournament are losing their collective minds. 

Busted Coverage managed to spot one fan who went above and beyond to, um, green himself prior to the LLWS, showing up as The Hulk. 

So what would drive someone to use the entire can of body paint before watching six exciting innings of baseball? The moment you all have an answer let us know. 

According to the report, the man's name is Noah Decapria and not Bruce Banner as we might have suspected. 

Now the color scheme has us assuming, and we stress assuming, he is a fan of the team from Chula Vista featuring the red-hot Grant Holman who recently enjoyed a no-hitter, grand slam and three-run home run. 

All in all, he isn't having a terrible tournament. 

Now as we mentioned, fans apparently lose their good sense the moment they head out to take in the grandeur that is Little League baseball. 

While Decapria decided it was a good idea to paint himself green, one adult thought it was a good idea to rob a little kid of a souvenir. 

Busted Coverage also reminds us about the man who thought it was a perfectly sensible idea to dive into the bushes for a home run ball. 

Yeah, that didn't work out for him. 

Let's just pause the action for a second to ask you adults heading out to take in the LLWS to calm down. You are all acting like 12-year-olds hopped up on Fun Dip and Yoo-Hoos at the moment. 

Relax. Even I wasn't this jazzed about Little League baseball when I was playing Little League baseball. It shouldn't be a debate whether the kids on the field or the rabid fans in the stands are more mature. 

 

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