Coronavirus: Sports Stadiums Fill Their Seats With CARDBOARD FANS | Behind The Hustle Ep.11

Due to the coronavirus, for the first time ever, sports stadiums are filling their seats with cardboard fan cutouts to combat the effects of lockdown on the sports industry. It is a bizarre sight to see cardboard fans in place of real ones, although, it is a great way to still let people participate and support their favorite sports teams even when they are not physically there amidst the coronavirus.

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