Did You See That? Fan tries on Adam Pardy's helmet

Winnipeg Jets defenceman Adam Pardy had his helmet taken off and tried on by a Chicago Blackhawks supporter in a rather comical display of fan interference on Wednesday night.

Jets defenceman has head protector briefly taken during scrum

Watch what happens after Adam Pardy goes through the glass in Chicago. 1:51

Halloween may have been last week, but that didn't stop a fan at the Chicago Blackhawks-Jets game from tricking Adam Pardy and treating himself to the Winnipeg defenceman's helmet. 

Pardy was levelled into the boards on what appeared to be a clean hit by Chicago's Brandon Bollig late in the third period of the Hawks' 4-1 win. 

The glass was displaced on the play and it collapsed on the crowd in the front row, prompting a fan with some sticky fingers to reach out and try on Pardy's head protector in a comical display of fan interference. The video also appears to show another fan dumping what looked like a cup of beer on the Jets blue-liner.

Click on the video above and watch the incident. 

Thoughts? What are some of the most memorable moments of fan interference? Tell us where this one ranks for you and why. 


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