How About This Louisville Fan Who Ran Onto The Court And Into Miami’s Huddle Yesterday?

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by Frank Rhombus

Let’s hope if Randall Bolton fills out an application at a Louisville area McDonald’s this week, his potential employer doesn’t type his name into that Google thing all of the kids are using these days.

That’s because Bolton was arrested yesterday afternoon after he ran onto the court at the KFC Yum! Center (seriously, that’s what they call Louisville’s arena) during the Cardinals’ 71-66 victory over the visiting Miami Hurricanes.

But this wasn’t the usual “run onto the court or field and shake your fat ass for a bit before trying your damnedest to evade security and an eventual tasing. No, sir. After running into a Ladybird dancer, Bolton made his way to the Hurricanes huddle and “interrupted” it.

“There was a little bit of a commotion in our huddle,” Miami coach Jim Larranaga said. “I glanced up, and there was someone there in our huddle, I believe in red. We don’t normally wear red.”

That’s pretty funny, as is the fact that Bolton was eventually corralled inside the center circle by Louisville police while screaming at the top of his lungs. Odds are it wasn’t lyrics from a Lady Gaga tune spewing from his piehole, as police hammered him with a charge of terroristic threatening on top of fourth-degree assault, disorderly conduct and trespassing charges.

Oh, that’s some good stuff right there, kids.

Thankfully for Bolton and his clearance gold chain from Zales, one of the arresting officers wasn’t Aqib Talib:

 

Wait, there’s more: Tough Night For This UCLA Cheerleader Who Ate Shit Not Once But Twice

You have got to see this shit:  

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