No car parts please, it’s rugby

The list of items people attending a Rugby World Cup game are not permitted to take into the ground includes glass, chilly bins, radios, gang patches and/or regalia and weapons including knives.

The reason for prohibiting those is obvious.

But the list also includes car parts.

Why would anyone want to take car parts to a rugby game and what would they do with them once they were there?

3 Responses to No car parts please, it’s rugby

  1. Andrei says:

    I used to love going to watch sport – now like everything else in life it has been ruined.

    Big uncomfortable stadiums where people are corralled like animals and not allowed to have any fun.

  2. homepaddock says:

    Is the difference that fun is manufactured rather than the fun that used to happen by itself – though if my memory is reliable it didn’t involve car parts.

  3. pdm says:

    When we (Hawkes Bay) were defending the Ranfurley Shield in the late 60’s there was always some one seated near you with a radio so that we could listen to the races. A bloody sight better than the raucous music that blares out these days.

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