Fürth soccer player Stefan Thesker earns a well-deserved Game of Thrones style shaming by Nuremberg bouncer after groping a woman and insulting the bouncer.
Vice Germany just posted an article that made me laugh. Actually, it was the bouncer’s response to dealing with a nincompoop that was so funny.
The article which is in German essentially states that a video posted to YouTube shows professional football (soccer) player for SpVGG Greuther Fürth Stefan Thesker noticeably drunk in front of a Nightclub in Nuremberg where he had just been kicked out under the allegation of misconduct with a woman.
Whether the allegation is true or not didn’t have too much effect, though, considering Thesker managed to disgrace himself either way as he hurled insults at the doorman with statements like “What do you want! Earning 2000 euros a month, you wanker / jerk!”
To which the doorman responded with a calm, mildly interested mantra-like repetition of “Shame on you.” I’m not too sure what happened from there other than he probably went to a few more watering holes spreading his brand of joy while informing people with less celebrity status and disposable income random facts about their assumed income status.
I’m not too sure what happened from there but can only assume he probably went to a few more watering holes spreading his brand of joy while informing people with less celebrity status and disposable income random facts about their assumed income status.
The doorman’s response of just saying “Shame” over and over to Thesker aka “The Hodor of Fürth” (that’s my new name for him) was epic, though. Reminded me of the scene in Game of Thrones when Cecile had to do the walk of shame and had me laughing to the point of tears for a while there. click here to watch (Warning NSFW).
Or more appropriately The Family Guy parody of that scene.
Hilarious, and excellent response to Stefan Thesker’s straight up Bougie Moment. you don’t get much of a better Bougie Moment than that, especially when dressed like he walked into a department store, saw a mannequin’s outfit that tickled his fancy and screamed “I’ll take it!” before going out that night.
The words for that behavior are perfect onomatopeias (sound like what they mean) Etepetete and Schickimicki.