Did you know there is proper hot dog etiquette? A man at the Frys.com Open golf tournament in California apparently didn't get the memo. On Sunday, he threw a wiener at Tiger Woods. (Please, hold your jokes.)
In a statement, Janet Riley, the president of the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council, called the act a "violation of hot dog etiquette" and said, "Hot dogs are meant to be enjoyed — not weaponized."
In perusing said council's hot dog etiquette rules, I realized Riley needs to overhaul her do's and don'ts because "Don't throw a hot dog" is not actually on there. Also, who dare say I can't put ketchup on a hot dog after the age of 18? Ketchup serves as the foundation for a delicious hot dog. These "etiquette rules" are made to be broken, throwing of hot dogs notwithstanding.
If you missed the aerial frankfurter assault on Woods, here it is. No shirts were harmed by mustard stains in this video.