Just minutes after the Cubs introduced┬áto the public their new mascot, Clark, a group of fans began working to file a class-action lawsuit alleging the team is using “false and predatory marketing tactics” to lure young fans to the team.

“First of all, Clark appears extremely hopeful, which anyone who’s ever been to Wrigley Field knows is not accurate,” said Bill Josephs, spokesman for the group of fans who were still trying to come up with a catchy acronym like D.U.M.B. M.A.S.C.O.T. or S.U.P.E.R. L.A.M.E. “Plus, the thing seems sober, so clearly he’s in no way tied to the actual Wrigley Field experience.”