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Wife Douses Husband With Beer at Cubs Game After He Accidentally Spills Beer on Her [VIDEO]

Travelers Today       By    Katie McFadden

Updated: May 20, 2013 03:39 PM EDT

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A woman doused her husband with beer at a baseball game after he accidentally spilled some on her while trying to protect her from getting hit by a home run ball.

No good deed goes unpunished and a husband learned that they hard way at a Chicago Cubs game.

A hilarious video captured the moment when a wife doused her husband with beer after he spilled a little on her when he jumped up.

The couple was watching the Chicago Cubs face off against the New York Mets at Wrigley Field on Sunday, when Cubs pitcher Travis Wood hit a home run into field field.

The ball was heading in the couple's direction, so the husband jumped up to try to catch it and accidentally spilled some beer on his wife. The wife got immediate revenge.

"I just got livid," the woman, identified only as Ellen, told MLB, laughing. "And took my beer and splooshed it in his face. I figured if I'm wet, he might as well be wet too."

Ellen said she never expected her act to wind up on television or to go viral on the Internet, but she found out when her friends started to text message her about the incident, saying they were on TV.

"Other than that, we didn't know," Ellen said.

"I had a feeling," the husband said.

The couple had a good sense of humor about the incident and neither of them are mad at each other over it.

"I think I got my payback," Ellen said, laughing. "I think we're good."
At the end of the interview on MLB, the couple shared a high-five and said they'll put the incident behind them.

The incident brought some light to the Cubs loss. The Mets beat them 4-3.

 

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