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Phillies Fan Pushes 63-Year-Old Lady Out Of the Way to Catch Home Run Ball

A rude fan is caught on video pushing a woman out of the way to catch a home run ball at a Philadelphia Phillies game.

Is that any way to treat a lady?

That's what many are asking after one fan pushed another at a ballgame.

It came as a home-run ball landed in the stands at Citizens Bank Park in Philadephia.

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As a fan reached out to grab the ball, one guy pushed her out of the way and took it himself. He even elbowed her!

INSIDE EDITION's Les Trent spoke to 63-year-old Joyce Kiner.

Kiner told INSIDE EDITION, "He just put his back and shoulder into me and kind of body-checked me."

Trent asked, "Did you say anything to him?"

Kiner responded, "Yeah. I stood there looking at him and I was standing there with my hands out and was like, 'I can't believe you just did that, you dog!'"

Everyone felt so bad for Joyce, she was given a t-shirt, free tickets, and also an autographed bat!

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Les Trent said, "That's probably better than getting the ball, you would have given the ball back to him!"

Kiner replied, "Exactly, exactly. And they're made locally in Pennsylvania!"

Like they say, there's no crying in baseball.

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