IRC Cowboys' fan suffers burns after losing bet


Packers QB Aaron Rodgers then led his team down the field for a game-winning touchdown pass to Davante Adams to give Green Bay a 35-31 win.

One man in Vero Beach, Fla., can claim to have such fiery devotion for the Dallas Cowboys, but for now he'll have to root on his favorite team while recovering from severe burns to his body.

For some reason, a Florida couple decided to make a Packers-Cowboys bet that involved burning the losing team's jersey. He was later treated for third-degree burns on his right arm and right hand, as well as second-degree burns to his back.

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Following the Cowboys loss to the Packers Sunday night, a witness told the Sebastian Daily, the jersey burning happened as a result of a lost bet.

A man in Vero Beach burns himself after setting his losing jersey on fire.

A Cowboys fan suffered second- and third-degree burns after his drunken decision to satisfy a bet with his wife went terribly wrong. What the wife didn't see coming was that her husband would try to put the flaming jersey back on while it was still on fire.

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For those of us scoring at home, fire isn't a suitable accessory for game day gear.

While Hook's Dallas jersey burned, according to a Indian River County Sheriff's report gained by TC Palm, Salyers told deputies, "he then grabbed the jersey with his right arm and attempted to put it on while it was on fire".

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