It’s becoming a pretty well accepted fact nowadays that the NFL is full of dangerous madmen. Between all the dog fighting, the sweatpants shootings, and the cabbie beatings, it could be harmful to your health even being in the same stadium as the NFL’s gridiron ruffians. Hell, you could even end up with a black eye just watching them on TV - that’s how dangerous these folks are.
Take Patriots QB Tom Brady, for example. Everyone knows Dreamboat is a menace to society, blinding people with his gleaming white teeth and making women worldwide faint on sight. But what you probably didn’t know is that Brady is the fourth-most dangerous celebrity on the entire planet. Well, now you know. Beware the Dreamboat, folks, he’ll mess your s*** up.
Oh, Dreamboat’s not going around cracking skulls or electrocuting kittens or anything glamorous like that. But what he is doing - albeit unwittingly - is loading up the world’s computer with gobs and gobs of viruses and malware.
We’ll let the techies at CNET.COM explain:
Through no fault of her own, actress Jessica Biel is now the most hazardous celebrity on the Internet. Fans searching online for Biel have a one-in-five chance of hitting a Web site with malware, according to McAfee’s third annual report listing Hollywood’s most “dangerous” online celebrities.
In general, hunting for Hollywood’s in-crowd poses a much greater threat than searching for just about anyone else. For example, President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama ranked No. 34 and No. 39, respectively.
Other unsafe celebrities near the top of the cybersecurity company’s list include singer Beyonce at No. 2, former “Friends” star Jennifer Aniston at No. 3, and football hero Tom Brady, who came in at No. 4.
A similar study of New York City indicated that more viruses were actually spread by Derek Jeter. HEY-O!