Downeast Cider trolls Roger Goodell on its website

BOSTON (WHDH) - NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is not welcome in many institutions in the Boston area, but now he’s being blocked from some websites as well.

The Boston-based hard cider company Downeast Cider has found a creative way to block Goodell from visiting its site as a method of payback for the commissioner’s crusade against Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.

As with any alcohol company’s website, the intro page asks if the visitor is 21 years old. By clicking “yes” (don’t click yes unless you’re actually 21+), the next page asks if you’re Roger Goodell.

If you answer no, you’re granted access to the website.

Answer yes, and you’re directed to Wikipedia’s page for the “Ideal Gas Law.”

No word on whether Goodell is a fan of hard cider, but if he is, he may have to find another brand to try out.

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