Houston Astros fans that paid inflated ballpark prices for snowcones will be delighted to know that they were probably sitting on a disgusting bathroom floor before consumption. This entire franchise can’t do anything right.
Cell phone video shows a ball park snow cone vendor sitting on a toilet in a stall with an entire box full of the products he’s about to sell. They sit on the bathroom floor right next to him.
The person who recorded the video and gave it to Local 2 said: “I couldn’t believe what I was seeing. This guy is taking a dump. There’s no doubt about it. What sane person could possibly think, yeah this is a good idea. I’ll just put the food that I’m about to sell on the floor.”
The man complained about what he saw right away.
Just hours into his brand new job, Reid Ryan, the Houston Astros' new president and son of Nolan Ryan, had just attended his first game as the MLB team's president when Local 2’s Bill Spencer told him the news.
“This being your first game. Your first day on the job. What was going through your head when you heard what happened?” Local 2’s Bill Spencer asked Ryan.
“Well, right away, I just thought, ‘We gotta let this guy go. There is no doubt about it.' That was my decision,” Ryan told Spencer.
Ryan said that snow cone vendor was fired immediately.
Yeah, that’s probably fair.