Anna and Earnest Fugate are fans of the type of Cleveland Browns fans who apparently like to fight while "partying" in the muni-lot. You know, that place where ""society devolves to its lowest point each week."
Well, devolve society did to some pretty special depths. Per Fox8:
... Earnest then went on to the stadium, leaving their 9-year-old foster son with Anna, even though she was "obviously intoxicated," "acting loopy, bumping into other people," according to police.
"Anna then gave the boy to two strangers, who were heading into the game with game-day tickets," according to the report. The two strangers turned him over to a security guard at the stadium. ...
Detectives say they then went to the area where the Fugates' tickets were in the upper part of the stadium's Dawg Pound, but found no one there and were told by other fans that the seats had not been used.
A police lieutenant later stopped the Fugates' vehicle as they were trying to leave the muni-lot together, without their foster son.
"Anna and Earnest Fugate stated they wanted to go home," according to the report. "When asked why they were leaving without their child, they shrugged. When asked why they did not report the child missing, they laughed."