This Saturday, tweeters went crazy when the “Real World” cast showed up at a D.C. United game.

But apparently, the big drama of the night had passed by then. See, D.C. United’s match wasn’t the first one that evening. Women’s soccer team, the Washington Freedom, played earlier in a double-header at RFK Stadium.

During that initial game, the DC cast members were apparently enjoying themselves and wanted the Freedom mascot “Glory” to partake, according to the Washington Post’s Reliable Source.

Glory, a furry eagle, joined the cast members, slapped out some high fives and posed for pictures. That’s when things took a Romkemian turn. 

“But when a season-ticket holder snapped an image for Glory, a producer insisted he delete the photo from his camera. ‘You’re in a public doman with a lot of people who already know who you are—-what’s the fuss?’ said Glory…’With the attitude of the producers, perhaps they should be on ‘Big Brother'”

Oh “Real World,” haven’t we gotten over incidents like this. 

Image from Washington Freedom’s website.

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