If you ever went to a baseball game as a kid your main goals were probably to eat a hot dog and catch a baseball. While the aforementioned was probably a certainty, the latter was a special treat only bestowed upon some lucky kids.
Having said that, as an adult if you happed to catch a foul ball or a home run, it's an unspoken rule that you should look around and toss the ball to the nearest kid.
Well, this guy at an Orioles game the other night said "Screw that." He pursues a foul ball that has settled in one of the common areas of Camden Yards this year where there are a tons of empty seats against two kids. He reaches the ball first and hastily returns to his seat with no shame in the fact that he broke this unspoken rule of baseball.
From what it looks like, he stares them down and says "I know it's terrible but I've been coming here for 30 years!"
Not sure if this dude is an a-hole or he taught the kids a lesson that they need to put on some hustle to get the ball next time.