Autistic Guy Sings National Anthem At Fenway Park VIDEO

For everyone who has experienced it before, there is no point in mentioning the honor and prestige that is associated with the signing of the national anthem of United States on a particular occasion. It is precisely because of the privilege associated with this act that usually only celebrities and public figures are provided with the opportunity of singing the anthem.

For everyone who has experienced it before, there is no point in mentioning the honor and prestige that is associated with the signing of the national anthem of United States on a particular occasion. It is precisely because of the privilege associated with this act that usually only celebrities and public figures are provided with the opportunity of singing the anthem.

However, in this particular video there is rather something unexpected taking place. In a match that took place between Boston Red Sox and Texas Rangers back in 2007 at Fenway Park provided this opportunity to a man suffering from autism in order to commemorate the National Anthem on Fenway Park’s Disability Awareness Day.

Peter Rometti, the autistic man sang the Star Spangled Banner in front of a massive crowd attending the game. However, in the very middle of it he begins to giggle and laugh nervously. At first, the crowd seemed a little dazzled, but then realizing that it is normal to a person suffering from this condition, they began to cheer him up and encourage him so that he can finish the anthem without leaving it in the middle.

Watch the video to see how the crowd not only helped an autistic man to recover his confidence level, but at the same time maintained the honor and prestige that they have for the anthem of their country.

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