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Denver mayor sticks it to the Patriots to show his Broncos pride

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DENVER, C.O. - Denver Mayor Michael Hancock found an interesting way to make it clear who he's rooting for in this weekend’s match-up between the Broncos and New England Patriots.

At the opening for a Denver doughnut store the mayor was presented with a doughnut decorated as Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's Jersey.

The mayor took a pretzel stick and performed a mock voodoo ritual by stabbing the Brady doughnut.

No word on if the real Tom Brady is any worse for wear.

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