According to cops, who for some reason let him off with a ticket to appear in court later, he was going more than 80 MPH over the posted speed limit of 45 mph. Think you’d be a free man at this point if you did the same thing in your neighborhood on the way to work today? Someone try that and let us know how it works out for you….
Fighting okay in the NHL (and encourages) and now, apparently, so is finger biting. At least the league is consistent.
Or is it the sixth time he’s gotten a second chance? Who knows anymore? The latest incident happened back in April when Garcia was suspended indefinitely for “violating team rules” for what was reportedly was disruptive behavior and that fact that he smelled of alcohol during an SEC-mandated leadership event. Stay classy South Carolina!
It’s bad enough that you have to watch for errant foul balls during these games, now you have to dodge bullets as well? Who said baseball was boring anyway?
Must be nice to have a brand new Nissan 350Z sports car. Even nicer if you can drive around town with a suspended license and no one seems to care. Then again, this is Columbus, Ohio.
The folks at the Conan Show on TBS thought we might like to share this video with our readers:
Either way, it wasn’t the greatest display of sportsmanship these pre-teens are ever likely to see, and someone’s going to jail, if only the witnesses can get their stories straight about who punched who first.
According to our friends at TMZ, J.R. Smith was in Miami over the weekend and was pulled over for operating a scooter (aka moped) without a license. Wonder if he’ll get a new tattoo to commemorate that “crime?”
University of Oregon linebacker Tyson Coleman 1st thought it was OK to consume alcohol in public while being underage and then thought he could outrun officers on bikes.