New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie confronted a fan during a Major League Baseball game in Milwaukee on Sunday after the man reportedly told the governor that he "sucked" and was a "hypocrite."
Christie was attending a game between the Milwaukee Brewers and Chicago Cubs. Video of the incident circulated on Twitter, showing Christie hovering over a man in a Cubs jersey. When the fan was asked what Christie had said, the Cubs fan said the governor had asked him if he "wanted to act like a big shot."
This marks Christie's second unpleasant incident at a baseball game this month. On July 18 at a Citi Field in New York, the governor was booed after he caught a foul ball during a game between the New York Mets and the St. Louis Cardinals.
Christie also sparked controversy after photos surfaced of the governor relaxing at the Island Beach State Park on July 4. The beach was closed to the public because of New Jersey's government shutdown.
A recent Quinnipiac University survey found that Christie's approval rating is at an all time-low of 15 percent.