A Bethlehem, Pennsylvania woman claims that two Eagles fans cut her face on Friday night because she was wearing a Tony Romo jersey.
The Eagles and Romo’s Dallas Cowboys played on Saturday night.
Jamie Wert claims that, as she was entering a convenience store, two men wearing Eagles’ jerseys said from behind her, “Hey, Romo.” She says that when she turned around, she was struck with an object that cut her face.
“I had blood running down my neck, all down the front of my shirt,” Wert said, according to FOX 29.
But the video doesn’t include images of the blood-stained jersey.
“When I came home I had to wash everything off,” she said. “It was scary.”
But it wasn’t scary enough to keep her from hanging over the porch to her home a sign that said “Kill the Birds” and “Go Cowboys.”
Wert wasn’t able to describe the alleged assailants in much detail beyond the fact that they were wearing Eagles jerseys. In the FOX 29 video, Wert’s face was partially covered with a bandage, and she at no point revealed the injury.
For some reason, we have a feeling that the wound (if there is one) looks like a backward R.