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Photo Of This Browns' Fan's NSFW Sign Went Viral

A Browns fan holding a sign

Check out what this Cleveland fan was holding up at the parade.

Some of the Cleveland Browns' fan base held an 0-16 parade on Saturday.

No, seriously, they did.

The "Perfect Season 2.0" parade took place outside of FirstEnergy Stadium off Lake Erie in Cleveland.

The fans said the parade was more of a protest of the team's inability to achieve any success, rather than a mock celebration for an 0-16 season. Cleveland Police reportedly estimated that 2,500 to 3,200 people took part in it.

No Cleveland fan got more attention on social media than the following one, who held up a rather NSFW sign.

OK then.

ESPN has more details on what the parade was like:

There was a pickup truck sponsored by a funeral home with a casket on the back, a bunch of Browns-painted buses rolling along the way and sign after sign criticizing Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam and the team's front office. And many fans had bags over their heads.

The infamous Cleveland quarterback graveyard -- with painted faux headstones of every Browns quarterback since 1999 -- made an appearance too. This was the aftermath of 0-16 in this city, a part-celebration, part-protest and part-cathartic for fans who have followed the Browns and all their foibles throughout the years.

You can read ESPN's full story on the shenanigans here.