Seahawks fans gives hilarious warning to Redbox user using Richard Sherman note (Photo)

Feb 2, 2014; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman is interviewed after Super Bowl XLVIII against the Denver Broncos at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Without a doubt, Richard Sherman has become the face of the Seattle Seahawks franchise, and a favorite with the fans of the team. He’s become so much a favorite that, apparently, they’re starting to integrate him into their everyday lives.

Like at the Redbox, for instance.

A Reddit user posted this photo recently, showing what happened when they purchased a movie from their local Redbox. A Seahawks fan thought that the film was so bad, they delivered a $2 refund, and attached a note to it with a warning, featuring the infamous Sherman post-NFC Championship Game interview with Erin Andrews.

Yeah, I’d definitely say that gets the point across that the movie was rather terrible. From now on, whenever you see a message with a picture attached to it of Sherman’s infamous rant, you better believe that that message is some absolute real talk, just like Sherman on the field.

But then again, on the other hand, some people happen to like mediocre movies.

Either way, this is just flat out hilarious and whoever did this deserves a medal.

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