Barrage of underwear rains down on minor-league hockey game
We’re used to hats being thrown on the ice during a hockey game. That makes sense, hats for a hat trick.
But the ice in Bakersfield, Calif., was covered with a very different type of clothing over the weekend: underwear.
Dubbed "Undie Sunday," fans of the Bakersfield Condors of the ECHL littered the ice with underwear, socks, diapers and bras.
No, it wasn’t a rock concert.
It was actually an orchestrated charity event.
According to the Bakersfield Condors:
The fans didn’t have to wait for a real hat-trick either, they went by "Teddy Bear Toss" rules. That means that a goal needed to be scored before the fans tossed their undergarments from the stands. And that didn’t happen until there was 1:02 left on the clock.
Good thing those diapers were clean ones.