Say what you will about Chicago Cubs fans but when they gotta go, they gotta go.
During the Cubs opening night loss to the Cardinals Sunday night, unfinished renovations at Wrigley Field caused lines to the bathrooms to get so long, some fans relieved themselves by using empty beer cups instead of waiting for a urinal.
I'm rather certain this is not flat beer. pic.twitter.com/UCEjhDoi0APhotos of the long lines and cups of urine surfaced on Twitter as fans voiced their frustrations at the stadium delays caused by the construction, with some saying they waited two innings to use the bathroom.
— Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) April 6, 2015
From a friend at wrigley. These are the lines for the bathroom. Ouch. Looks like the renovation hasn't gone so well. pic.twitter.com/heeUH2Rdab
— Craig Mac (@CraigMac) April 6, 2015
@Cubs 30 minute bathroom line and no food at concessions? #lame #unacceptable
— Brad Curtis (@bcurtis2) April 6, 2015
Good news for Cubs! 20 minute lines for bathrooms made fans forget about long lines for metal detectors. http://t.co/Wgs9diKKyHThe bleachers at Wrigley are currently off-limits because of the construction and are covered in a tarp honoring the late Ernie Banks as they continue work in that area of the park. The renovations are expected to be completed by June.
— James Risen (@JamesRisen) April 6, 2015
Conditions that would even make a goat blush.