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Fan takes in baseball game while enjoying tub of mayonnaise

Frank Carnevale

File this one under … huh?

A fan took in a Memphis Redbirds minor league baseball game this weekend while enjoying a tub of mayonnaise.

Mayo. Out of the jar. Alone.

Cameras captured the man at various times during the game eating the mayonnaise and the Redbirds’ Twitter account posted several videos of the fan snacking on the mayo — no chips, no sandwich.

According to the Commercial Appeal, the man started eating early in the game, and moved to a different seat and continued eating from the jar with a spoon before security had him moved to another seat.

See the videos:

The identity of the fan isn’t yet known.

The Redbirds lost the game, 8-4, to the Las Vegas Aviators at AutoZone Park on Saturday.

Frank Carnevale is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Frank via Twitter .

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