21 Stone of pissed-up pillock running at you? Aptly put..
An up and coming football player has been kicked off the Oregon State University team after local cops were forced to tase him after he was found "naked and intoxicated" in a stranger's home. Tyler Patrick Thomas, a 19-year-old lineman for the Beavers, as the OSU team is known, was found by cops responding to reports of "a …
At 6' 2" and 300 pounds, he is not that large for an offensive lineman at college level. Some high school teams have whole interior lines larger than that.
Still a big bugger to have to subdue if he is drunk. I'm not surprised that the police tasered him - damned if I would want to try to wrestle him to the ground!
I can think of several ways that a drunk Merkin Feetball linesape could damage a rug, mostly in the categories 'disgusting', 'extremely disgusting', and 'incredibly disgusting'. Offensive linesapes are generally of a somewhat less refined nature than most of the others on the gridiron.
"Naked beaver, on ravaged rug, overwhelmed by hand held electrical device, leads to discharge"
It's nice to see that when asked to string a coherent sentence together for the record, American Football officials - like their UK equivalents - are capable of coming up with something that looks like it might make sense played backwards.
"""So, presumably before they allowed the police to use implements of torture on people, there would have been no way of dealing with him?"""
That depends... is a club a 'implement of torture' in your book? How about guns, fists, boots? As far as I know, cops have had weapons, for use on criminals, for a while. At least a taser won't break any bones, cause concussions, bleeding to death, etc.
I know, I know, what if the 19 year old giant had a pace maker! Looks like we got lucky, this time.
It's not just me who says so.
>At least a taser won't break any bones, cause concussions, bleeding to death, etc
Apart from all the people who have died after being tortured to death by these barbaric weapons, obviously.
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