Don’t know who either of these ladies are, but you gotta appreciate the hit the defensive player takes and then gets up.
We found not one, but two, videos of guys streaking football games and they are complete opposites.
In one, the guy streaks a high school game and scales two chain link fences naked (ouch!) before making his getaway. The other streaks a college game (Ole Miss vs. Texas) and gets hit with a blindside tackle by security.
Of course, it goes without saying that both of these videos are Not Safe For Work. But enjoy them anyway.
We’ll let the NY Daily News tell the story, but the last line is my favorite part: “Sytch was released into the care of her sister, with the promise that she would immediately go to rehab.”
Yeah, after your third arrest, you probably need to try something different. At left, a picture of Tamara Sytch back in the day, and below her mug shot.
Tamara Sytch, best known as the WWE wrestler and manager Sunny, scored an unprecedented three count: Three arrests in as many days for harassing her boyfriend. Sytch, 39, first went to his Branford, Conn., home and caused trouble on Sept. 11, WFSB-TV reported. She was arrested, charged with disorderly conduct and warned not to return after she was released on bond. But Sytch didn’t listen. The following day, she went back and was charged with third-degree strangulation and violation of protective order on top of the disorderly conduct charge.
She put her boyfriend in a headlock and pulled his hair, cops said. She was released again — this time on a $25,000 bond — and went back to her boyfriend’s place Sept. 13. This time, she was drunk and broke into his house by climbing through a window.
After another charge for violating a protective order, Sytch was released into the care of her sister, with the promise that she would immediately go to rehab.
Assuming SUNY has done all the proper investigation into this incident (the police have filed charged after all) we say “good for them.”
In the past, many colleges have investigated these types of incident and found any excuse possible–including ignoring their own hazing police–to avoid having to admit they have a problem like this at their schools. They go to great lengths to explain how something like this incident at SUNY Geneseo, where freshman were allegedly blindfolded, handcuffed and forced to drink large amounts of alcohol, was NOT hazing and merely horseplay, a non-team activity, or our favorite “inappropriate behavior.” Anything but hazing.
Will this action put an end to all hazing at SUNY Geneseo? We would hope so, but after doing this site for more than twelve years we can honestly say that we don’t think it will end it completely. But students at that school who continue these barbaric practices have now been put on notice that their social or athletic program could also face the death penalty if they’re caught. A clear message has been sent.
Ladies: This is why guys will break up you using a text. They want to avoid these kinds of situations.
Here’s the basics, according to police: the boyfriend of Elizabeth Hadley Appenzeller, the cheerleading coach at Coastal Carolina University, went to her house over the weekend to pick up some of his belongings after the couple broke up. At some point Appenzeller jumped in the bed of his pick-up truck and refused to get out, meaning he could not safely drive away, so he called police.
You’d think when the cops got there she’d get the message, right? Wrong! According to the cops, Appenzeller refused to get out of the truck and became “loud and boisterous and used profanity while standing in the road way.” It was at that point that officers asked the coach to quiet down and not use profanity because they were standing not far from a park were a local baseball or softball team was practicing. Nope. So they had to arrest her and when they did, Appenzeller allegedly continued to scream, begged police not to arrest her and, to top things off, kicked officers until they had to handcuff her.
On Sunday she was charged with resisting arrest and public disorderly/public intoxication, and Monday cops added assault on a police officer and first-offense criminal domestic violence charges.
Source: Myrtle Beach Online
Not sure why Bears fans need a pre-game stripper pole in the parking lot with the team logo on it, but hey, if you can get a casket with your favorite NFL teams logo on it, why not?
And, we’re only assuming she’s drunk because, well, she is a Bears fan.