KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A 55-foot sign was posted on the fence of a Northland home by an upset 33-year Chiefs season ticket holder.
It is posted near Northeast Brooktree Lane and North Jackson Drive. Lights shine on the sign at night.
The Chiefs fan is questioning the decisions of Scott Pioli and Clark Hunt.
He said enough is enough. He thinks the team should pay season ticket owners back because he feels robbed.
In fact, he even references NBC Action News sports director Jack Harry’s unhappiness with the team.
"When we did the design, it was actually positive design. Go Chiefs, playoffs, all that stuff when we were involved and everything was good. But you know, the last five or six years of this franchise, it's basically gone to nothing,” said Mike Mason, who helped make the sign.
Tuesday afternoon, the neighborhood association asked Mason to take the sign down, but he’s hoping to leave it up until after the Packers game this Sunday.
The following is the text on the sign:
ATTENTION: SCOTT PIOLI & CLARK HUNT
FROM: A 33 Year Season Ticket Holder
$32 MILLION UNDER THE SPENDING CAP? TYLER PALKO AT QB? TOSS SWEEPS TO JACKIE BATTLE?......REALLY?.....
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH CLARK! Its time you stop gouging the loyal season ticket holders of this town. At the conclusion of the final home game, you and Scott should be wearing Santa hats and handing out refund checks to all season ticket holders at the exits. You ROBBED US AGAIN!... Make my check payable to MIKE MASON (P.S. – I want a free hot dog too!)
DO THE RIGHT THING CLARK! ------------------------- I DON’T THINK JACK HARRY IS TOO HAPPY EITHER!
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