NEW YORK, NY - JANUARY 30: Authentic game tickets are viewed at a news conference on the latest seizure of counterfeit sports-related merchandise leading up to Super Bowl XLVIII on January 30, 2014 in New York City. Officials from the National Football League, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and U.S. Customs and Border Protection displayed recently confiscated items while also showing phony websites that have been set-up to sell Super Bowl XLVIII merchandise. Counterfeit sports merchandise, much of which originates in China, is a multi million dollar industry. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
What's a big key to a successful marriage? Communication. One Denver Broncos fan seems to have forgotten about that.
Affable-looking fellow Justin Kerrigan is in the Bay Area for Sunday's Super Bowl 50. He was being interviewed by a local news station when he revealed that he was in line to spend $30,000 for his trip to the game. And $21,000 were spent just on four tickets. Wow.
The kicker? He didn't tell his wife how much he was spending.
Dedication. #ICYMI this #SB50 @Broncos fan paid over $20,000 for tickets. His wife didn't know yet: @nbcbayarea pic.twitter.com/Su7qArdg9g— Jeff Ranieri (@JeffRanieri)
February 6, 2016
Sorry, buddy. There's a good chance she's going to find out. That just goes to show: Don't try to pull any shady stuff. Chances are, even if you don't give yourself away, you could fall victim to an inquisitive television reporter.
At least the Broncos have your back:
🙌 #BroncosCountry https://t.co/dM2A3usCo0— Denver Broncos (@Broncos)
February 6, 2016
And Justin? Maybe shell out for some flowers when you get home.
(H/T to Bleacher Report)