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The Best Defensive Move In Tampa Yesterday

December 30, 2008 at 01:18am by Scott   •  1 Comment »

Yeah, that rubber fist isn't used for cheering.
From a Raiders fan who attended the Oakland/Tampa Bay game at Raymond James yesterday:

The game went without incident up until the first score of the game by the Raiders. I stood in celebration, and before the extra point was even kicked, I was being led away by stadium personnel. Once out of the stands, I was placed in handcuffs, although I was not resisting the stadium personnel’s requests, or read my rights and placed under arrest. I was lead to a single person holding cell where my possessions were removed, and I was subjected to a full body frisking. After being detained for roughly 30 minutes, I was released outside of the stadium, and informed that I could not return to the stadium.

And then he stabbed twelve Bucs fans on the way to his car.

I’m just glad the Text to Tattle system in the stadium is finally paying off. It’s a pretty safe bet that if you see a Raiders fan in your home stadium, a crime is about to be committed. I’m actually pissed they released him into the wild of Tampa. You watch, in ten years this guy will be shouting “Go Raiders!” from his execution chamber for something he did in Tampa. Like this guy. Fuck you, Oakland.

One Comment to “The Best Defensive Move In Tampa Yesterday”

Slow Joe

Slow Joe (December 30, 2008 at 12:21pm:

They should have tasered him, too.

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