Sports fans do some weird stuff – and when teams have generational talents like Connor McDavid, their weirdness seems to know no bounds.
John Glasgow, a reporter for CTV, shared a pic with the Edmonton Oilers on Twitter on Thursday afternoon – showing a Ferrari he (or a fan) spotted out in the YEG area that was painted in tribute of Connor McDavid.
— Jonathan Glasgow (@JonGlasgowCTV) April 20, 2017
Considering that the Ferrari Superfast 812 runs about $320,000 – and the cheapest Ferrari will set you back well over $100,000 to begin with – someone basically dropped the cost of a single-family home on a car that they then turned into a glorified race car/shrine to a 20-year-old hockey player.
While I’m crying that someone would do this to a top-notch Italian sports car, I’m mostly just amazed that humanity continues to prove so heartily that money truly cannot buy sense.
#GOilers, I suppose.