Guy Scalping Tickets To Redskins Game Looks a Lot Like Dan Snyder

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Updated: October 7, 2012

A man roaming the G-1 section of the FedEx Field parking lot prior to Sundays game between the Washington Redskins and the Atlanta Falcons looked an awful lot like Redskins owner Dan Snyder, witnesses reported Sunday,

“You need Six Flags tickets? I can hook you up with those too.”

 

“This short guy in glasses came up to us and told us he had a pair in section 432 he could sell us for a hundred bucks,” said Redskins fan Emily Carrow, 33, of Landover. “We were like, ‘um, we already have tickets that aren’t in the nosebleeds, thanks.’ But then my friend said, ‘Hey, wait a minute, aren’t you Dan Snyder?’ He just shielded his face and walked away real quick.”

 

“Yeah, we saw him,” said Jacob Rothman, 27, from Annandale. “He was walking around yelling that he had, ‘primo seats’ still available. I asked him where he got the tickets from, and he just said, ‘Trust me, I’m plugged in.’ Then he winked at me. It was weird.”

 

“I told him that there were still plenty of tickets available on Ticketmaster, StubHub, Ebay, etc.,” said Emile Sanchez, 46, of North Bethesda. “I asked him why he thought I would pay him higher than face value for his seats? He muttered something about, ‘maximizing ticket revenue,’ and stormed off. He seemed like he really wanted to get every penny he could for those tickets.”

 

In related news, a man who looked suspiciously like Cincinnati Bengals owner Mike Brown was seen walking near the escalators of Paul Brown Stadium before Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins, calling out to fans entering the gates, ‘don’t forget to load up on plenty of beer, pretzels, soda, and hot dogs at the concession stands, folks. It’s great food at a great price!'”

 

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