Zack Hample, obnoxious baseball collector, takes seat meant for military member

If Zack Hample wasn't polarizing before July 3, he most certainly is now.The baseball super-fan and owner of thousands of home run and foul balls found himself at the center of a controversy on Sunday night, when he gained access to the Marlins vs. Braves game at Fort Bragg in Fayetteville, N.C.  MORE: Baseball at Fort Bragg in photosThe problem? The game was only open to members of the armed forces, the U.S. Department of Defense and their families.  However, Hample provided an explanation as to how he gained access to the game via Twitter.FYI, I got my ticket through a friend whose entire unit got 'em. He was gonna bring his GF who doesn't like baseball so he took me instead.— Zack Hample (@zack_hample) July 4, 2016This was in direct opposition with how some believed he actually gained access to the game. Photos had circulated the Internet of Hample offering $1000 for a ticket to the [email protected]_hample then why did you do this? pic.twitter.com/fX7EHsbOWF— RT Ohio (@RT_Ohio) July 4, 2016Hample had Tweeted on Sunday that he was planning to donate $100 to charity per every baseball he came in possession of during the course of the game. At last count, he had 11 baseball

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s.UPDATE (July 3, 11:38 PM): Safe to say that the 82nd Airborne Division, residents of Fort Bragg, aren't big fans of Hample.Delete your account. https://t.co/DHYwUuRHbL— 82nd Airborne Div (@82ndABNDiv) July 4, 2016

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