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Tom Lynch shows absolute class to crying fan after having drink thrown at him – NEWS.com.au

Richmond bad boy Tom Lynch has shown absolute class to console a crying Port Adelaide fan just moments after another fan hurled a drink at him from the boundary during a live TV interview. Lynch was speaking to Channel 7 after Richmond’s nailbiting six-point win over Port Adelaide in the preliminary final when he had a “bundy and coke” thrown at him by an angry fan who stayed at the venue long after the final siren had sounded to give Lynch a serve.
While Lynch brushed off the interaction, it p…

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