…it weren’t so sad.
In the fourth quarter a woman dressed in a Stegall jersey sat down in the row behind me. She was with a young child. As I sit in Box H she at first seemed to be peeved at the Hecklers saying things like “Yeah we’re winning” in a rather loud and obnoxious voice. Then on Porter’s drive for a late TD she kept cheering her D especially when the Cats did something good like getting a first down. I soon realized that this “lady” (a loose term I admit) had one or a dozen too many. At this point I considered reporting her but thought better of it. Probably someone else had told her to do something physically impossible which is why she was had sat behind me and she did have that young child in tow. I don’t think that seeing the inside of a police station (public intoxication being against the law) would necessarily have been the best for the youngster. Anyway I decided not to get involved.
Did I do the right thing, or should I have reported her? I am really torn by this ethical dilemma and would like some input (hopefully constructive).