Crazed hockey fan launches can of beer at referee that drills him below the belt

Brett Smiley, FOX Sports

During a Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) game on Feb. 11, the brother of a player penalized for roughing went and roughed the referee who called the penalty -- by tossing a can of beer at him from the stands.

It happened during the second period at the Centre of Excellence Sports Rousseau in Boisbriand, Quebec, when Alexandre Perron, the 29-year-old brother of Francis Perron of the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies, chucked a "nearly full" beer can at referee Dominic Bedard, according to Le Journal De Montreal. Check out the ugly scene in the video:

FAN THROWS A BEER AT REFEREE, HITS HIM IN THE NUTS

Referee Dominic Bedard took a beer can to the nuts a few nights ago after giving Francis Perron a penalty in the QMJHL. Perron's 29-year-old brother who was in the stands watching the game threw a beer at the ref and it hit him square in the nether regions. He was later arrested and could be charged with assault with a weapon. (H/T: RDS/Reddit/TVASports)

Posted by HockeyWebCast on Monday, February 15, 2016

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