Detroit Lions wide receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown trolled back when a Green Bay Packers fan made a crude gesture toward him after the Lions' 34-20 win against the Packers during the Week 4 'Thursday Night Football' matchup at Lambeau Field.
St. Brown was seen slapping hands of Lions fans in the front row of the area behind an end zone when a Packers fan in the middle of the group stuck out his middle finger. The Pro Bowler stopped briefly to pucker up as if he was blowing a kiss to the disgruntled fan before continuing to shake hands with the rest of the Lions fans in the area.
St. Brown had previously had a hostile interaction with a Packers fan earlier in the game after he scored a touchdown to put Detroit ahead, 7-3, in the first quarter. The wide receiver leaped into the stands -- mocking the Packers' signature 'Lambeau Leap' home celebration -- into an area where several Lions and had a bear poured on him by a Green Bay fan standing behind the group.
St. Brown finished Thursday's game with five receptions for 56 yards and a touchdown, helping the Lions improve to 3-1 and gain sole possession of first-place in the NFC North Division standings.