This White Sox fan eating a hot dog drizzled in smokeless tobacco was not a good look for the supporters of the South Siders.
This White Sox fan eating a hot dog drizzled in smokeless tobacco was not a good look for the supporters of the South Siders.

WATCH: Disgusting White Sox fan puts Skoal on his hot dog


by - Senior Writer -

In the wake of the 2-game Crosstown Classic series at Wrigley Field between the Chicago Cubs and the Chicago White Sox, Barstool Chicago tweeted out a video that served as a reminder that although the two teams split the series on the diamond, the Cubs are still winning at life. A man sporting a White Sox T-shirt essentially publicly humiliated himself, as well as the entire fanbase of the South Siders, by ruining an otherwise great hot dog with a disgusting ingredient.

Portillo's is an iconic Midwestern restaurant chain that is famous for its Chicago-style hot dogs. While Chicago-style hot dogs are known for their unique toppings, smokeless tobacco is not one of them, unless you happen to be the idiotic White Sox fan caught on video. After sprinkling his Portillo's frank in Skoal, the doofus proceeded to scarf down the hot dog dressed with an inedible ingredient, making the supporters of the North Siders look better and better with each revolting bite.

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