And you thought high school girl’s soccer was boring?
A South Carolina TV news crew was taping a game between Chester High School and Lewisville High School when one of the players, Annette McCullough of LHS, falls to the ground. There was a Chester player running with her, but if you watch the video it’s hard to say there was anything but a little incidental contact. McCullogh didn’t think so and immediately gets up, pulls the Chester player to the ground and starts punching her in the face.
Fortunately, a female coach or parent nearby runs in and separates the two and eventually McCullogh is lead off the field by an official. The local sheriff’s office was called and, as a result, McCullough is being charged with simple assault. No word if the victim was seriously injured in the attack. Watch the video for yourself below!
Do they still run the steeplechase event in track? Apparently, because this guy jumps a large hurdle, misses, and lands in a large puddle of water. Not too unusual for the steeplechase, but what happens next is. Watch it and see why it’s today’s Painful Sports Video!
Apparently, Australian streaker Mark Mills, 33, could have received a year in jail and a fine of $1300 for his drunken stunt during a February National Rugby League (Australia) match between the Melbourne Storm and Brisbane Broncos. Especially since his drunken, naked dash onto the field went”beyond all expectation of common propriety”, according to the judge.
Yes, Mills was naked and running on the field in front of an estimated 11,000 fans. He even did a somersault or two for the crowd. Apparently he crossed the line when he stopped, bent over, and spread his cheeks for the crowd. Even in Australia, they don’t want to see that. You probably don’t want to see it either, but we did manage to find the Slightly Not Safe For Work video of the incident below. Thankfully, the videographer decided NOT to zoom in. Thank you.
The judge, however, had pity on Mills–who made a public apology on local radio–and only hit him with a $250 fine.