Last Friday night at the B.C. Lions-Montreal Alouettes Canadian Football League game in Vancouver, a nude streaker got loose on the field and proceeded to juke through six security guards before finally being dragged down.
So what were the consequence of the gentleman’s actions? A stadium ban but no criminal charges.
The streaker facing a ban from Empire Field won’t face criminal charges, according to Vancouver police.
The man now faces a ban from future Lions games, but escaped possible indecent exposure and mischief charges.
“We gave that person some advice on future conduct and basically told him to put on his clothes and get out of here,” said VPD spokesperson Const. Jana McGuiness. “To criminally charge someone is a really big step. It seems like a bit much.” Read more…
“She gets mad/Starts to cry/She takes a swing but/She can’t hit/She don’t mean no harm/She just don’t know/What else to do about it” - “Jane Says” by Jane’s Addiction
Most people assume that Jane’s Addiction’s seminal alt-rock ballad “Jane Says” is about their hometown of Los Angeles. It isn’t. It’s actually about Detroit, where lead singer Perry Farrell lived for some time.
It’s not actually about the Detroit Lions or their female fans, but the lyrics seem incredibly appropriate when watching this video from Sunday of a pair of loaded Lions fans making total asses of themselves after pouring beer on the head of a fan before getting hauled off by police to what was probably the biggest applause of the day:
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Peter Warrick’s plan to continue playing pro ball has petered out, as the ex-Cincinnati Bengal has been released by his Canadian Football League club - only a week after joining the team.
TSN reports that the Montreal Alouettes decided to bid adieu to their recent acquisition on Tuesday, just seven days after signing the receiver. Guess there just wasn’t enough roster room with Paul Woldu & Julius Orieukwu also coming on board.
As if Warrick wasn’t already bitter enough about not winning the Heisman.