CFL games. We're assuming CFL games are televised, at the very least in Canada, because of their funky content laws. Let's be honest, the wave is more outdated than the desktop pc. The vuvuzela is a fad for the other kind of football and hopefully it doesn't find its way into other sports.
Last week during a surely riveting gridiron battle between the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and the Toronto Argonauts fans got a little unruly and created the world's longest beer snake (apologies to Guinness World Records). The snake, seen in the video below, clearly covers more than one section of the stadium. Fans from within throwing distance were so anxious to participate they willing threw their glasses filled with the finest Canadian lager towards the snake. What a thing of beauty.
You will hardly be surprised to find that the Blue Bombers did not take kindly to the behavior of the unruly fans and they issued this statement on their "zero tolerance" code of conduct. We can't help but think that somewhere, former Argonauts owner (and funny Canadian) John Candy is smiling.