We’ve all seen them, definitely heard them, and if you’re not annoyed by them, then you are them.  We’re talking about those parents at their kids’ sporting events that are the absolute loudest, took gym class way too seriously in school, and are the first to argue with officials.

A town in New Jersey has come up with an incredible solution after two umpires left the little league due to problems with parents.

It’s saying, “if you think you can do it better, be my guest” by implementing a new rule that if you argue with a Little League umpire you’ll need to suit up and ump three games yourself before you’re allowed to come back as a spectator.

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