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Saulbadguy
02-14-2006, 07:57 AM
Sports, concert, or otherwise? Any stories to tell?

wilas101
02-14-2006, 08:00 AM
Does a strip joint count?

Smed1065
02-14-2006, 08:02 AM
No, just bars when I was younger.

MOhillbilly
02-14-2006, 08:03 AM
yes, many many many times.

chagrin
02-14-2006, 08:05 AM
Yep - I am from Louisiana, and went to Mardi Gras every year for at least 10 years that I can remember.

One year me and my best friend Dave, were at a parade...shit I can't remember the one, but it's the one on St Charles, and there was a High School Band passing by. After throwing quarters into the Tubas (everybody does that, it's a drunken hoot!) the Baton girls pranced by, Dave and I were in our very ealry 20s, and began making crude remakrs to them, very crude...shit I am ashamed of now, and wouldn't say. Well, some rich bitch came up to us and said to "stop saying those things" and Dave turned around and said "It's a long road honey, start walking." I chimed in with, "you know what you need? A good f*cking!"

At that point a very large officer grabbed the both of us by our shoulders and threw us out of the parade event.

That's the only time I have behaved like that at a public event

Skip Towne
02-14-2006, 08:18 AM
No, but I'll bet you have. Isn't that why you're asking this question?

JBucc
02-14-2006, 08:19 AM
Of course not, everyone loves me

Saulbadguy
02-14-2006, 08:20 AM
No, but I'll bet you have. Isn't that why you're asking this question?
Surprisingly, no. I've been warned several times, but never ejected.

chief52
02-14-2006, 08:24 AM
I must confess...I was thrown out of the Oakland Coliseum three years ago. Some buddies of mine smuggled beer in the cans into the game. In the second quarter they handed me one. Well, I took a big swig off one and a couple of minutes later security was at my seat. Some cop watching the stands with binoculars spotted me and I was promptly removed from the stadium! The guys sitting next to us were passing a bottle of whiskey back and forth!

I was in the wrong, but damn, I did not think it was possible to get thrown out of the Oakland Coliseum! I guess I should have been in costume.

SLAG
02-14-2006, 08:25 AM
I got lost in the old Mile High stadium at world youth day 2003- i was young I guess 10 or 11 and the secrect service snactched me and scared the bjesus out of me. didnt get ejected but i felt very scared and violated. they really just helped me find my parents.

ROYC75
02-14-2006, 08:26 AM
Yep, just happened this last weekend. Got ejected from my 1st game as a coach. 4th grade girls team, we had a pussy of a ref out there. I was rather mild with him to be honest. The crowd behind me was ripping him a good one thou.

We were getting beat, nothing we could do against the other team, they were that much better, but the refs were giving them anything and everything. Completely one sided, again, it really wasn't a major deal, we couldn't have won anyways. The crowd was drilling the refs, I got on them a little, he hit me with a T when I said told him the other team had already pitched a tent and established a building permit for a house. I laughed at him and said told him he's got tender feelings and doesn't know how to call fouls properly. Boom, another T.......... bye bye Roy. With 4:50 to go in the 3rd qtr.

The only time 30 years of part time coaching I have ever been ejected from a game.........This was ticky tack, he was pissed by the crowd behind me, the rules state that a team can be given a T if the coach doesn't calm them down. When I chimmed in, he hit me with the T's. :shake:

Saulbadguy
02-14-2006, 08:27 AM
Yep, just happened this last weekend. Got ejected from my 1st game as a coach. 4th grade girls team, we had a pussy of a ref out there. I was rather mild with him to be honest. The crowd behind me was ripping him a good one thou.

We were getting beat, nothing we could do against the other team, they were that much better, but the refs were giving them anything and everything. Completely one sided, again, it really wasn't a major deal, we couldn't have won anyways. The crowd was drilling the refs, I got on them a little, he hit me with a T when I said told him the other team had already pitched a tent and established a building permit for a house. I laughed at him and said told him he's got tender feelings and doesn't know how to call fouls properly. Boom, another T.......... bye bye Roy. With 4:50 to go in the 3rd qtr.

The only time 30 years of part time coaching I have ever been ejected from a game.........This was ticky tack, he was pissed by the crowd behind me, the rules state that a team can be given a T if the coach doesn't calm them down. When I chimmed in, he hit me with the T's. :shake:
Awesome. You should have thrown a chair across the court.

ROYC75
02-14-2006, 08:29 AM
Prior to the T, I did get on him pretty good when the possession arrow was to us and he gave the ball to them. I told what the arrow and the scoreboard said, He told me he doesn't care what it says.......... go figure.

sedated
02-14-2006, 08:38 AM
I got lost in the old Mile High stadium at world youth day 2003- i was young I guess 10 or 11 and the secrect service snactched me and scared the bjesus out of me. didnt get ejected but i felt very scared and violated. they really just helped me find my parents.


you were 10 or 11 in 2003? and 21 in 2006? how'd you pull that off?

SLAG
02-14-2006, 08:41 AM
you were 10 or 11 in 2003? and 21 in 2006? how'd you pull that off?

my bad

I ment 1993

sedated
02-14-2006, 08:41 AM
I got kicked out of the Chiefs/Panthers game in 2004.

When the Panthers were driving in the 3rd quarter, the fans around me started booing and stuff.

I got up on my seat and yelled at them all to cheer and support their f*cking team (we were defending in the red zone)

Then I picked a fight with the entire section. The expletives were plentiful.

Security came and got me, found my 2 flasks (empty by this point, of course).

I never knew Arrowhead had a jail, but they do.

ROYC75
02-14-2006, 08:42 AM
you were 10 or 11 in 2003? and 21 in 2006? how'd you pull that off?

Leap year or magic, take your pick .

Skip Towne
02-14-2006, 08:44 AM
you were 10 or 11 in 2003? and 21 in 2006? how'd you pull that off?
Why are you bothering Slag with minute details? Just turn on your BS filter like the rest of us and play along with him.

ENDelt260
02-14-2006, 08:45 AM
I was thrown out of a show at the Blue Note in Columbia for drinking a beer when I was underage. I've been thrown out of various bars over the years for fights, wandering into the women's restroom, etc. But, the Blue Note thing is the only "event" i can think of off the top of my head.

Brock
02-14-2006, 08:45 AM
Yep, just happened this last weekend. Got ejected from my 1st game as a coach. 4th grade girls team, we had a pussy of a ref out there. I was rather mild with him to be honest. The crowd behind me was ripping him a good one thou.

We were getting beat, nothing we could do against the other team, they were that much better, but the refs were giving them anything and everything. Completely one sided, again, it really wasn't a major deal, we couldn't have won anyways. The crowd was drilling the refs, I got on them a little, he hit me with a T when I said told him the other team had already pitched a tent and established a building permit for a house. I laughed at him and said told him he's got tender feelings and doesn't know how to call fouls properly. Boom, another T.......... bye bye Roy. With 4:50 to go in the 3rd qtr.

The only time 30 years of part time coaching I have ever been ejected from a game.........This was ticky tack, he was pissed by the crowd behind me, the rules state that a team can be given a T if the coach doesn't calm them down. When I chimmed in, he hit me with the T's. :shake:

:rolleyes:

SLAG
02-14-2006, 08:46 AM
Why are you bothering Slag with minute details? Just turn on your BS filter like the rest of us and play along with him.ROFLROFL

Dunit35
02-14-2006, 08:53 AM
I've been kicked out of our local swimming pool for the entire summer once. Does that count?

morphius
02-14-2006, 08:54 AM
Roy - In 8th grade basketball we had a similar situation, except the refs were calling almost no fouls at all. I got mugged on the floor twice before I gave up and started playing their game. My coach was livid and calling the heads of the league at halftime and almost forfeited the game. Though I have to say that I found that it was a lot easier to drive right down the middle of the floor when I realized I was allowed to throw and elbow at anyone who got near me. I think after my second, pissed off, easy lay up the coach took me out of the game.

ROYC75
02-14-2006, 08:58 AM
I've been kicked out of our local swimming pool for the entire summer once. Does that count?

Yes, you are an official bad boy of summer.

morphius
02-14-2006, 08:59 AM
Roy - In 8th grade basketball we had a similar situation, except the refs were calling almost no fouls at all. I got mugged on the floor twice before I gave up and started playing their game. My coach was livid and calling the heads of the league at halftime and almost forfeited the game. Though I have to say that I found that it was a lot easier to drive right down the middle of the floor when I realized I was allowed to throw and elbow at anyone who got near me. I think after my second, pissed off, easy lay up the coach took me out of the game.

Kclee
02-14-2006, 09:01 AM
I've been kicked out of our local swimming pool for the entire summer once.


They figured out at once that it was indeed not a Baby Ruth.

ROYC75
02-14-2006, 09:02 AM
When I left, I told the girls to not get upset, just have as much fun as you can and finish up the game. We had no other coach to take over, it was wild watching from the door of the gym as the parents got livid with them. They could hand out any more T's. :D

By far the most lopsided game I have ever wittnessed.

Thinking back, I should have pulled the girls off the court when I left.

morphius
02-14-2006, 09:03 AM
I don't think I have been kicked out of anywhere, would be pretty surprised if I ever was.

shakesthecat
02-14-2006, 09:10 AM
When I left, I told the girls to not get upset, just have as much fun as you can and finish up the game. We had no other coach to take over, it was wild watching from the door of the gym as the parents got livid with them. They could hand out any more T's. :D

By far the most lopsided game I have ever wittnessed.

Thinking back, I should have pulled the girls off the court when I left.


All this over a 4th grade girls basketball game?

Maybe next time you can form a mob and wait for the ref in the parking lot and beat the hell out of him.

If you coached my kid, I'd remove them from the team.

REDHOTGTO
02-14-2006, 09:12 AM
I have'nt been kicked out , but i did get some dumbass DENVER fans kicked out in 2004 that started a fight with us at Arrowhead. Everyone around us, even the other Denver fans fessed up and said it was thier fault and the gaurds asked us what we wanted to do with them, and we said eject 'em!!! This happened 2 miuntes after Dante ran back a kick for a TD and he did'nt like it ROFL

Reaper16
02-14-2006, 09:13 AM
I've been warned twice this year at NW Bearcat games; one football and one basketball. Both times they had to explain to me that I was crossing a line with my comments towards officials and that I coud be punished for criminal threat. :D
I'm not a bad person, I just find empty threats of violence to be funny. Apparantly, threatening to set a refs kids on fire will unnerve him. Who knew? ^_^

Calcountry
02-14-2006, 09:15 AM
Sports, concert, or otherwise? Any stories to tell?I got warned once for talking smack to a Philly fan at an Oakland A's game.

cadmonkey
02-14-2006, 09:24 AM
This is a story I told in the past, some of you might remember it.......

So last night me two of my friends went to the Celtics game. The two of them got there late so we missed the first quarter. we get in there and we are sitting 15 rows from the court, pretty sweet right? these two kids in front of us were waving their arms the whole time trying to get on tv. I got pissed and told them that they will never get on TV because they only put good looking people on TV. I don't think they were to happy about that.

Half time comes and they have these 12 year old kids playing as our "entertainment" . Me and one of my buddies start heckling the kids and calling them all Hungos. To clarrify, a "hungo" is someone who never passes the ball and only shoots everytime he touches the ball. The final score was black kids 4, Puerto Rican kids 2. I'm not joking, it really was two teams broken up like that.

now I hate basketball, so by the middle of the third quarter I was itching to get out of there. All of a sudden David Givens appears on the Jumbo Tron. Well he's sitting front row, right in front of us. Me and my buddy being really drunk want to meet him. we walk up and try to get to him, but three big beefy security gaurds pop out of no where and stop us. he somehow directs all their attention onto me and sneeks by. he shakes his hand, thanks him for a great season and askes him not to leave the Patriots. Givens gives him a big smile and says "why would I ever want to leave this team? I'm staying if they want me to."

Now I'm pissed, I want to shake his hand and say hello. So I put a spin move on one of the security guards trying to get passed them. I thought it worked, man was I wrong. I spun around that guy and right into one of the greatest choke holds of all time. I had two hands and a forearm around my neck faster than Jeff Garcia going down on a d*ck. Needless to say we were asked to leave right then and there.

http://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/showthread.php?t=110344 (http://)

cadmonkey
02-14-2006, 09:25 AM
Another good story........

three years ago all my friends wanted to go to the Tweeter Center and see Pearl Jam. At the time I really didn't like Pearl Jam but am always up for a good time. So I go and we tailgate for a few hours, I popped a couple muscle relaxers, down a few 15 beers, and share a bottle of Jagermiester with the rest of the crew.

we go in and I am leggless, to say the least. at one point I go and try and grab a couple more beers. I see my room mate and I tell him I'll be right back. the next thing I know I am waking up in one of those ditches in the parking lot with bloody knuckles, a sore rib cage, and a welt on the side of my head.

the only think I can think of is that I go into a fight with someone in the beer line and got thrown out because of it.

.....fast forward a few hours and I am in jail for DUI.

jidar
02-14-2006, 09:29 AM
No.
Being from Kansas if I ever got kicked out of anything it would just reinforce the druken redneck stereotype. Let's avoid that.

Saulbadguy
02-14-2006, 09:31 AM
No.
Being from Kansas if I ever got kicked out of anything it would just reinforce the druken redneck stereotype. Let's avoid that.
Who said anything about being drunk?

Brock
02-14-2006, 09:31 AM
All this over a 4th grade girls basketball game?

Maybe next time you can form a mob and wait for the ref in the parking lot and beat the hell out of him.

If you coached my kid, I'd remove them from the team.

Man, no kidding. That's just embarrassing.

recxjake
02-14-2006, 09:34 AM
I got ejected from an Iowa Football game for being to drunk and I got kicked out of a high school baseball game for plowing the shortstop

cadmonkey
02-14-2006, 09:35 AM
I got kicked out of a high school baseball game for plowing the shortstop


Brokeback Baseball?????

Saulbadguy
02-14-2006, 09:36 AM
and I got kicked out of a high school baseball game for plowing the shortstop
ROFL ROFL ROFL

Reaper16
02-14-2006, 09:36 AM
I got ejected from an Iowa Football game for being to drunk and I got kicked out of a high school baseball game for plowing the shortstop
How Freudian of you.

Bob Dole
02-14-2006, 09:45 AM
Prior to the T, I did get on him pretty good when the possession arrow was to us and he gave the ball to them. I told what the arrow and the scoreboard said, He told me he doesn't care what it says.......... go figure.

It's pretty sad when the guy can't read a Wynndicator.

ROYC75
02-14-2006, 09:50 AM
All this over a 4th grade girls basketball game?

Maybe next time you can form a mob and wait for the ref in the parking lot and beat the hell out of him.

If you coached my kid, I'd remove them from the team.

What ? Remove the girl from the team. I don't see where my comments were anything bad. No cussing, no swearing, nothing but comments and nothing degrading. Now for the parental section, it was pretty rough back there. I do believe I was a victim of circumstances.... because of the way the rule reads. When I opened my mouth a little more, the ref took his tender feelings out on me.

The tournement director said I didn't do anything out of the norm.

Sometimes in life you have to teach the kids how to deal with odds they can't overcome, this was one of them. To publicly wait on a ref to show a force is wrong.

Skip Towne
02-14-2006, 09:52 AM
Yep, just happened this last weekend. Got ejected from my 1st game as a coach. 4th grade girls team, we had a pussy of a ref out there. I was rather mild with him to be honest. The crowd behind me was ripping him a good one thou.

We were getting beat, nothing we could do against the other team, they were that much better, but the refs were giving them anything and everything. Completely one sided, again, it really wasn't a major deal, we couldn't have won anyways. The crowd was drilling the refs, I got on them a little, he hit me with a T when I said told him the other team had already pitched a tent and established a building permit for a house. I laughed at him and said told him he's got tender feelings and doesn't know how to call fouls properly. Boom, another T.......... bye bye Roy. With 4:50 to go in the 3rd qtr.

The only time 30 years of part time coaching I have ever been ejected from a game.........This was ticky tack, he was pissed by the crowd behind me, the rules state that a team can be given a T if the coach doesn't calm them down. When I chimmed in, he hit me with the T's. :shake:
You're one of those?

Lurch
02-14-2006, 09:56 AM
HS basketball game once. I'm loud. Really loud. The Refs had called fouls 18-1 for the home team. I yelled what a lot our visiting fans were thinking: "If you are gonna fuk us like this, at least you could buy us dinner." I was escorted to the door. After the game, our coach filed a protest and sent the film to the league office. It was the last game that crew reffed in our league.

rageeumr
02-14-2006, 10:08 AM
Got thrown out of my own HS basketball game for arguing a call (didn't even cuss, pretty lame).

Then, I was on the other side of it refereeing a 4th grade girls basketball game (no joke here). I had a coach that sounds suspiciously like Roy screaming at me the whole game for not calling fouls. If I called every foul/travel/triple dribble we would all be there for 12 hours. Anyway, he came out onto the court twice to yell at me so the second time I threw him out. That sure made him more respectful :)

mike_b_284
02-14-2006, 10:08 AM
I've been tossed from a bar for being invited to the Ladies room by this chick. Other than that I don't usually act up in public places.

Rain Man
02-14-2006, 10:16 AM
I had a manager at the ESPNZone this past season tell me to leave because I was "loitering." I had been there for the early game, finished my food, watched the end of the game, and then, as I got up to leave, stood around watching the last two minutes of a game with an exciting ending. With about 30 seconds left, he told me to move along, though he did say that I could go to the bar if I wanted. I sent a letter of complaint to the restaurant.

sedated
02-14-2006, 10:20 AM
I also got booted from a Royals game for heckling the right fielder, Trot Nixon.

which is total BS, who gets kicked out for that?! I wasn't saying anything obscene.

talking sh!t on the outfielders is a baseball tradition

sedated
02-14-2006, 10:21 AM
I had a manager at the ESPNZone this past season tell me to leave because I was "loitering." I had been there for the early game, finished my food, watched the end of the game, and then, as I got up to leave, stood around watching the last two minutes of a game with an exciting ending. With about 30 seconds left, he told me to move along, though he did say that I could go to the bar if I wanted. I sent a letter of complaint to the restaurant.


I heard they are real d!cks there.

They give you your sh!t and want you to leave immediately.

mike_b_284
02-14-2006, 10:24 AM
I heard they are real d!cks there.

They give you your sh!t and want you to leave immediately.

When I was 16 I got tossed out of that place in DC while I was trying to twist one up in the bathroom.

QuikSsurfer
02-14-2006, 10:42 AM
Ole Miss vs Auburn 2004
escorted out because a drunk fool, at the concession stand, showed physical aggression towards me after HE bumped into me and spilled his beverage. i offered to buy him another $8 dollar drink but it wasn't enough. luckily, a "security guard" was kind enough to escort the two of us out on seperate ends of the stadium... i'm glad i didn't take my anger out on my g/f that night. we lost the game anyway

sedated
02-14-2006, 11:07 AM
When I was 16 I got tossed out of that place in DC while I was trying to twist one up in the bathroom.


At least it wasn't the powder.

hell, then they'd probably just want some in exchange for letting you stay. I know I would.

Bob Dole
02-14-2006, 11:08 AM
I had a manager at the ESPNZone this past season tell me to leave because I was "loitering." I had been there for the early game, finished my food, watched the end of the game, and then, as I got up to leave, stood around watching the last two minutes of a game with an exciting ending. With about 30 seconds left, he told me to move along, though he did say that I could go to the bar if I wanted. I sent a letter of complaint to the restaurant.

Which one?

They got goofy like that at the one in Vegas when Bob Dole was there a few years ago, but the one in D.C. is more spacious (and enjoyable) and there were a lot of "loiterers".

Rain Man
02-14-2006, 11:13 AM
Which one?

They got goofy like that at the one in Vegas when Bob Dole was there a few years ago, but the one in D.C. is more spacious (and enjoyable) and there were a lot of "loiterers".


Here in Denver.

The one here in Denver has generally bad service and is quite disorganized. You can walk in when the place is empty and it'll still take them 15 minutes to seat you. They've got one young assistant manager who is a Nazi about enforcing arcane rules, and the food is overpriced.

But they've also got Chiefs football and they're five minutes from my office, so I keep going back.

Demonpenz
02-14-2006, 11:26 AM
i was thrown out of wu tang clan

MOhillbilly
02-14-2006, 11:39 AM
i got thrown out on my head by a gigantic blackdude afew years ago on new years.
Shit i was just watchin my buddies fight and next thing i know im entertaining concrete w/ the crown of my skull.

goodtimes.

ENDelt260
02-14-2006, 11:39 AM
Wu Tang Clan ain't nothin' ta f*ck with.

Nzoner
02-14-2006, 11:58 AM
Security came and got me, found my 2 flasks (empty by this point, of course).

I got busted at Arrowhead with a flask once,luckily deputy dawg ended up being pretty cool and I remained at the game.

ENDelt260
02-14-2006, 12:01 PM
I'm a fan of conversations like...

"Where did you get that? You're not allowed to bring your own beer in here."
"I bought this here."
"Sir, we don't even sell canned beer at this bar. Much less cans of Pabst."

Count Alex's Wins
02-14-2006, 12:07 PM
Of course not. You are stupid if you risk that.

Saulbadguy
02-14-2006, 12:27 PM
Of course not. You are stupid if you risk that.
Risk what?

ROYC75
02-14-2006, 12:28 PM
Got thrown out of my own HS basketball game for arguing a call (didn't even cuss, pretty lame).

Then, I was on the other side of it refereeing a 4th grade girls basketball game (no joke here). I had a coach that sounds suspiciously like Roy screaming at me the whole game for not calling fouls. If I called every foul/travel/triple dribble we would all be there for 12 hours. Anyway, he came out onto the court twice to yell at me so the second time I threw him out. That sure made him more respectful :)


Nonsense, seems like you or some people think I ride the refs ? I don't, they have a tough job to do, been there done that. It's a thankless job most of the time.

All I ever will say is, call it even, I don't care if it is bad or not, call it even, fair if you may for both sides.

I was quiet the 1st half, telling the girls they must play better and not do these mistakes. The jump ball that had the arrow to our side was a direct slap in the face because the crowd was rowdy. He ( the ref) just looked at me and said I don't care what the scoreboard says, red ball ! I said something like, Why keep score then ?

It wasn't until they called us for a 5 second violation and the other team went down and setup 2 girls in the zone...... for about 6 - 8 seconds that I made the comment to him as he walked up the court.

I don't ride the refs....... many people were shocked I was tossed, they have never seen this before.

sedated
02-14-2006, 12:32 PM
I'm a fan of conversations like...

"Where did you get that? You're not allowed to bring your own beer in here."
"I bought this here."
"Sir, we don't even sell canned beer at this bar. Much less cans of Pabst."


I just frequent bars that sell Pabst in a can, the high class bars.


I think it's funny when someone carries a glass of water into the bathroom, only to emerge with a glass of brown water. Like no one will notice.

Saulbadguy
02-14-2006, 12:33 PM
Old Chicago sells PBR by the can for $2.59

Rip off.

MOhillbilly
02-14-2006, 12:39 PM
Old Chicago sells PBR by the can for $2.59

Rip off.


thats a dollar and nine cents more than id ever pay.

rageeumr
02-14-2006, 12:41 PM
Nonsense, seems like you or some people think I ride the refs ? I don't, they have a tough job to do, been there done that. It's a thankless job most of the time.

All I ever will say is, call it even, I don't care if it is bad or not, call it even, fair if you may for both sides.

I was quiet the 1st half, telling the girls they must play better and not do these mistakes. The jump ball that had the arrow to our side was a direct slap in the face because the crowd was rowdy. He ( the ref) just looked at me and said I don't care what the scoreboard says, red ball ! I said something like, Why keep score then ?

It wasn't until they called us for a 5 second violation and the other team went down and setup 2 girls in the zone...... for about 6 - 8 seconds that I made the comment to him as he walked up the court.

I don't ride the refs....... many people were shocked I was tossed, they have never seen this before.

Nah, I was just kidding around because of all the crap people were giving you. This guy was a grade 'A' asshole. He was screaming from 10 sceonds into the game until I finally booted him. Came up and yelled at me at halftime at the snack bar....just a complete nutjob. I tell you what, after that experience, I quit riding refs so bad when I was playing....

chiefqueen
02-14-2006, 12:41 PM
I almost got kicked out of the Chiefs-Seahawks game in 97 when I accidently knock into somebody over excitement of a Grbac pass completion causing her and her friends to spill their drinks onto rolls of NFL Films and ruining their film.

The lady shooting for NFL films was PO'ed and wanted us out. Luckily the people sitting next to me were friends of a security guard on the field so nothing happened.

TheBurryMan
02-14-2006, 12:47 PM
I was thrown out of a 10,000 Maniacs concert of all places.

Needless to say, I was a pretty crazy cat in my early 20's. I went to the show with my then girlfriend and one of my best buds at the time. Sometime during the middle of the show my buddy dares me to rush the stage. My girlfriend heckled me as well as they both knew I do just about any dare offered. Before they both knew it, I jumped over the rail and landed on the concert floor as well as any stuntman in a movie.

I started running toward the stage with a big smile on my face when all of sudden, the entire Ravens defensive line wearing neon yellow jackets came out of nowhere and tackled me. They hoisted me up and carried me out much to the pure rabid enjoyment of my friends and other concertgoers.

They never said a thing, they just opened the front door and threw me out like yesterday's trash.

Boozer
02-14-2006, 12:47 PM
No, but I did once get booted from a bar within ten seconds of entering.

fan4ever
02-14-2006, 12:48 PM
I got kicked out of the Tempe Improv in Arizona about 10 years ago for heckling Paula Poundstone, the lesbian, alcholic, child-abusing comedian, before she was famous for all that crap. My wife (she thought Paula was funny) and two other couples were there and I had a few drinks, and after watching two chick warm-up comedians suck, (her girlfriends, I assumed) I was pissy and wanted to laugh. Paula came out, sucked for about a half an hour and I blurted out a heckle. She told the audience she'd handle me, and came up with some lame retort I can't even remember. Usually they're pretty good at that sort of thing, so even that was disappointing. Bouncers came by and told me to shut up. I did, and about 20 minutes later of still sucking, she comes back at me. "Where's the guy with the big mouth?" she says. After asking that about 3 times I say "I'm still here". She asks why I'd been so quiet and I said the bouncers told me to shut up. She says "You find those bouncers pretty intimidating, do ya?" "A lot more than your wit" I respond, and I was outta there. Got the biggest laugh of the night, and I got 6 tickets to come back the following week since she was the one fueling the situation.

PatsFanDan
02-14-2006, 01:10 PM
My buddy Eric got us thrown out of a high school basketball game once when we were seniors. It was a Friday night and it was tourney time so we decided to go to the local high school game.

Anyway, it's late in the 2nd half and a pretty close game. I don't recall the exact score but the opposing team has a guy shooting free throws and Eric decides if he screams at the top of his lungs at the kid, he might miss his free throws.

So there I am sitting next to Eric as he screams at the top of his lungs at this kid "FAGGOT......FAGGOT......FAGGOT". I wasn't sure if I should laugh or not. I did think it was kind of funny (keep in mind, I'm 17 at the time) but I was also embarrassed to admit this idiot was my friend.

And so about 10 seconds later, the AD who was also my varsity baseball coach gave us the old "see you guys later" point to the door.That's the only sporting event I can ever remember being thrown out of.

I did have to leave an Aerosmith concert early once because my underage girlfriend at the time was drunk and throwing up all over the hallway at the Civic Center in Springfield MA. I thought security was going to PC her so at that point, it was time to leave. Friggin' Lightweight.

ENDelt260
02-14-2006, 01:26 PM
I was thrown out of a 10,000 Maniacs concert of all places.

I just can't let myself make the 9,999 joke.

Fish
02-14-2006, 01:26 PM
I headbutted a guy my senior year of HS in the middle of a basketball game. He and I had been pushing and shoving the whole game and had several fouls back and forth. He made a comment about my mother, and I laid him out right on the freethrow line and proceeded to talk trash over him as he was rolling on the floor. My football coach ran onto the court and drug me off as they were cleaning up the blood. He needed 12 stitches to close up his forehead. I was escorted out of the building in the middle of some major heckling by the other team's crowd.

I was a total dick in HS, and looking back I'm pretty ashamed of some of the stuff I did back then. I'm just about the opposite these days, and I've went back and made friends of most my old enemies. Just had a couple beers with a guy in Manhattan a week ago that knew me from playing against me in HS. First thing he said was, "Man you were an a$$hole back then... what happened"?

Never did talk to that poor dude I headbutted again though....

PastorMikH
02-14-2006, 01:30 PM
No, but I almost got thrown out of a 3rd-4th grade girls basketball game before - and I was a the assistant coach for one of the teams. Girl on the team was in church, the coach was a good friend of mine and her uncle. Her mom was in the stands about 2-3 rows behind us, she is a Donkey fan and we had just lost the Sunday before to the Cheatin' scum. During a stop in the game, she yeals down at me and asked me how I liked the game. I told her (And not in a loud voice either) that if it wasn't for the refs helping her team out, they would have never won. The lady in charge of the basketball program's little brother was reffing the B-ball game. She came over and started yelling at me and telling me how tough the refs have it then proceeds to tell me that if she hears one more comment, I'm gone. We tried to explain to her that I was talking about the Chiefs/Donkey game but she wouldn't buy it. 4 years later when I left town, that woman still had a grudge against me.

ROYC75
02-14-2006, 01:46 PM
No, but I almost got thrown out of a 3rd-4th grade girls basketball game before - and I was a the assistant coach for one of the teams. Girl on the team was in church, the coach was a good friend of mine and her uncle. Her mom was in the stands about 2-3 rows behind us, she is a Donkey fan and we had just lost the Sunday before to the Cheatin' scum. During a stop in the game, she yeals down at me and asked me how I liked the game. I told her (And not in a loud voice either) that if it wasn't for the refs helping her team out, they would have never won. The lady in charge of the basketball program's little brother was reffing the B-ball game. She came over and started yelling at me and telling me how tough the refs have it then proceeds to tell me that if she hears one more comment, I'm gone. We tried to explain to her that I was talking about the Chiefs/Donkey game but she wouldn't buy it. 4 years later when I left town, that woman still had a grudge against me.


What is it with 4th grade girls teams anyways ? :rolleyes:

Funny, the refs didn't see the humor.:D

Phobia
02-14-2006, 02:09 PM
Nobody is likely to believe this but I've never been thrown out of an event, bar, or any other venue. Not once.

Count Alex's Wins
02-14-2006, 02:10 PM
Nobody is likely to believe this but I've never been thrown out of an event, bar, or any other venue. Not once.

You are a well-behaved boy!

Kclee
02-14-2006, 02:26 PM
Nobody is likely to believe this but I've never been thrown out of an event, bar, or any other venue. Not once.

Does an internet BB count?

Reaper16
02-14-2006, 02:45 PM
Ole Miss vs Auburn 2004
escorted out because a drunk fool, at the concession stand, showed physical aggression towards me after HE bumped into me and spilled his beverage. i offered to buy him another $8 dollar drink but it wasn't enough. luckily, a "security guard" was kind enough to escort the two of us out on seperate ends of the stadium... i'm glad i didn't take my anger out on my g/f that night. we lost the game anyway
You should have offered the guard some of that marijuana stuff you like.

Fat Elvis
02-14-2006, 03:10 PM
In high school, I once was thrown out of Worlds of Fun for swimming in the fountain at the old front gate. It was a hot, hot day, and I wanted to cool off.

Halfcan
02-14-2006, 03:15 PM
Nope never been escorted out. Detained and released-yes-but never kicked out.

kcfanXIII
02-14-2006, 03:29 PM
i managed to get escorted off the beach by two cops. i was at the bar on the beach with a friend. he was waaaaay too drunk, i wasn't much better but at least i could walk. he got off his barstool, and proceeded to fall flat on his face, right as a cop walked by. the officer was pretty cool, made sure we made it to the car, and made sure we had a designated driver. he then told me that if he saw us again that night, we'd get arrested for public intox. this wouldn't have been too bad, if the sun had gone down already. but this was at about 630 in the evening.

dj56dt58
02-14-2006, 05:03 PM
I must confess...I was thrown out of the Oakland Coliseum three years ago. Some buddies of mine smuggled beer in the cans into the game. In the second quarter they handed me one. Well, I took a big swig off one and a couple of minutes later security was at my seat. Some cop watching the stands with binoculars spotted me and I was promptly removed from the stadium! The guys sitting next to us were passing a bottle of whiskey back and forth!

I was in the wrong, but damn, I did not think it was possible to get thrown out of the Oakland Coliseum! I guess I should have been in costume.
You were wearing a Chiefs jersey weren't you?

RockChalk
02-14-2006, 05:36 PM
I can't believe that nobody has a story about getting kicked out of a baseball game at some point in their playing days.

I used to have a bit of a temper, especially in sports, but had somehow managed to make it to 10th grade before being removed from a sporting event.

I played on a summer baseball team after my sophomore year and the league had a playoff format similar to MLB, except that we would play doubleheaders. I was the starting pitcher for Game 2 and we were playing a team that had the manager of entire sports complex for their coach. I saw him talking to the umpires (his employees) before the game while I was warming up and looking in my direction. Now the story only gets better because that coach had been fired by my dad about 4 years prior from a sales position, so I knew he had it out for me.

Anyways, I go out for the Top 1st and walk the first 5 batters on 20 straight balls according the home plate ump. Keep in mind that I did not throw overly powerful...I was more of a junk pitcher and a pitcher who could hit his target. The fans on our side were groaning and yelling at the ump quite a bit and my catcher stood up after the 5th walk and asked the ump to show the zone. I of course was steaming and looked over the coach and saw him laughing. After the crowd settled down and I delayed the game for about 3 minutes, I threw the first pitch to the 6th batter right down the middle as he just watched and laughed. "Ball 1!" the ump yells. I completely lost my composure and screamed several things I'm not proud of. The most vivid detail of that outing was my coach putting me in a full nelson and dragging me off the field.

The part that I regret today is how embarassed my parents were. I remember watching them walk off in disbelief.

Reaper16
02-14-2006, 05:51 PM
I can't believe that nobody has a story about getting kicked out of a baseball game at some point in their playing days.

I used to have a bit of a temper, especially in sports, but had somehow managed to make it to 10th grade before being removed from a sporting event.

I played on a summer baseball team after my sophomore year and the league had a playoff format similar to MLB, except that we would play doubleheaders. I was the starting pitcher for Game 2 and we were playing a team that had the manager of entire sports complex for their coach. I saw him talking to the umpires (his employees) before the game while I was warming up and looking in my direction. Now the story only gets better because that coach had been fired by my dad about 4 years prior from a sales position, so I knew he had it out for me.

Anyways, I go out for the Top 1st and walk the first 5 batters on 20 straight balls according the home plate ump. Keep in mind that I did not throw overly powerful...I was more of a junk pitcher and a pitcher who could hit his target. The fans on our side were groaning and yelling at the ump quite a bit and my catcher stood up after the 5th walk and asked the ump to show the zone. I of course was steaming and looked over the coach and saw him laughing. After the crowd settled down and I delayed the game for about 3 minutes, I threw the first pitch to the 6th batter right down the middle as he just watched and laughed. "Ball 1!" the ump yells. I completely lost my composure and screamed several things I'm not proud of. The most vivid detail of that outing was my coach putting me in a full nelson and dragging me off the field.

The part that I regret today is how embarassed my parents were. I remember watching them walk off in disbelief.

Wow. I can't blame you for that.

CHENZ A!
02-14-2006, 05:53 PM
I was ejected from a coed slow pitch softball game out at Mid-America. I'm an extremely competitive person, and when he called me out I just lost it. Of course it could have been worse because instead of getting to keep playing I was forced to drink more beer with our fans... Other than that, just the occasional technical and flagrant fouls in basketball while I was growing up and 1 flagrant in my rec league I play in now.

Phobia
02-14-2006, 07:21 PM
Thrown out of co-ed softball....

Once I got thrown INTO a co-ed softball league. Never again.

QuikSsurfer
02-14-2006, 07:30 PM
You should have offered the guard some of that marijuana stuff you like.

i wasn't selling then. asshole

chief52
02-14-2006, 07:33 PM
You were wearing a Chiefs jersey weren't you?

Nope...I just could not stand to take that shit all day wearing Chief gear. I was dressed "nuetral", but I guess that probably stood out. A couple of buddies were worried about me, but one of them said, " Hell with him, he is a chief fan any way "! What are friends for...

CoMoChief
02-14-2006, 07:34 PM
I had Tony Muser's dad come up to me and tell me to show a little class for the kids for making a comment about how pathetic the Royals pitching staff was. Our seats were both behind home plate. I wasn't cussing out loud or anything until I told him to kiss my ass and go sit back down in which he did. Later an usher, who happened to be my friend pretended to come over and say something to me just to calm Muser's dad down so he wouldnt go to upper management. By the way I wasn't acting childish by any means, and its not like I was saying something that wasn't true, Muser's dad is just a real asshole.

stevieray
02-14-2006, 07:43 PM
I've had friends who partied too hard and passed out on the way to concerts, including missing the show.

Bob Dole
02-14-2006, 07:46 PM
I've had friends who partied too hard and passed out on the way to concerts, including missing the show.

Bob Dole has a friend who slipped in a nacho puddle and went face-first over the railing at a Chiefs game.

stevieray
02-14-2006, 07:51 PM
Bob Dole has a friend who slipped in a nacho puddle and went face-first over the railing at a Chiefs game.

that guy is your friend?

I had a friend who once apologized like four hundred times for something that didn't warrant an apology.

Bob Dole
02-14-2006, 07:59 PM
that guy is your friend?

I had a friend who once apologized like four hundred times for something that didn't warrant an apology.

Phil is funny like that when he drinks.

stevieray
02-14-2006, 08:00 PM
Phil is funny like that when he drinks.

I think it was the band. He loved them.

Lonewolf Ed
02-14-2006, 08:05 PM
Sports, concert, or otherwise? Any stories to tell?

I have not been kicked out, but I saw perhaps the sweetest ejection ever at Arrowhead back in the mid-1990s. This one guy a row behind me and a few seats over whom I called "The Plumber," because only plumbers show that much butt crack, was always loud and obnoxious. It was like he swallowed a bull horn and his voice grated on everyone. We were all loud, but this guy was just awful and the more beers he downed, the raspier the bull horn got. His father sat a few rows in front of him and security came to tell the old man to calm down and The Plumber stood up and began ranting at the security guys. So, they called the cops. The cops got an earful, too, and as they escorted the old man away, The Plumber threw a handful of peanuts at them.

The two cops came up to him and began to escort him down the steps toward the exit when The Plumber threw an elbow into one of the cops' ribs. He got about four steps away when the two cops, three security guys, and another cop swarmed on him. They went into the tunnel just out of view, and I saw popcorn fly up into the air. A bewildered fan jumped out into view holding a nearly empty popcorn tub and announced, "My God! They're beating some guy like a dog over here!" At this, my whole section erupted in cheers.

It was maybe five games later that we saw The Plumber again. He was very quiet and subdued and did not drink one beer. He clapped and whistled every now and then, but usually when I looked over at him, he just sat there with his hands folded between his knees and had a blank look on his face. That is one of my fondest memories from the years I had season tickets.

chief52
02-14-2006, 08:11 PM
I have not been kicked out, but I saw perhaps the sweetest ejection ever at Arrowhead back in the mid-1990s. This one guy a row behind me and a few seats over whom I called "The Plumber," because only plumbers show that much butt crack, was always loud and obnoxious. It was like he swallowed a bull horn and his voice grated on everyone. We were all loud, but this guy was just awful and the more beers he downed, the raspier the bull horn got. His father sat a few rows in front of him and security came to tell the old man to calm down and The Plumber stood up and began ranting at the security guys. So, they called the cops. The cops got an earful, too, and as they escorted the old man away, The Plumber threw a handful of peanuts at them.

The two cops came up to him and began to escort him down the steps toward the exit when The Plumber threw an elbow into one of the cops' ribs. He got about four steps away when the two cops, three security guys, and another cop swarmed on him. They went into the tunnel just out of view, and I saw popcorn fly up into the air. A bewildered fan jumped out into view holding a nearly empty popcorn tub and announced, "My God! They're beating some guy like a dog over here!" At this, my whole section erupted in cheers.

It was maybe five games later that we saw The Plumber again. He was very quiet and subdued and did not drink one beer. He clapped and whistled every now and then, but usually when I looked over at him, he just sat there with his hands folded between his knees and had a blank look on his face. That is one of my fondest memories from the years I had season tickets.

Who says you can't teach a dog new tricks :)

Phobia
02-14-2006, 08:12 PM
Phil is funny like that when he drinks.

I'm really, really sorry about that. Sorry dude.

Count Alex's Wins
02-14-2006, 08:12 PM
The Chiefs suck. They should have signed "The Plumber" up to a contract, given him primo seats and mad him a fan mascot. He would have been a huge hit.

KCChiefsMan
02-14-2006, 08:14 PM
I got some white trash a-hole kicked out at a royals game once. he was sitting at an isle seat and I was trying to get out of the row and I said "excuse me" and he just looked at me and made no effort to move his legs/feet because he was such a fat f*ck and it probably would have been too much work for him. So I attempt to walk over his legs and I guess somehow he spilled his pepsi all over himself...but truthfully I did not realize it at all, all of the sudden I heard "he partner.....hey partner" and I look behind me and there he was, he just went off screaming "hey partner! look what the hell ya did! you made me spill this here pepsi all over myself" and I just looked at him with disgust, I asked him then why the hell he couldn't try to move his legs and then he tried to spill the rest of his pepsi on me and he marched off back to his seat. So I went and got some hot dogs and came back to my seat and there he was again at the isle seat and then I rudely said excuse me...and he told me to go F myself, so then I said "you white trash piece of $hit, you really are making a fine example to...lets see your 1,2,3,4,5,6 OH 7 kids sitting right there." then he threw a drink cup at me and I went and got security and they kicked him out!

Count Alex's Wins
02-14-2006, 08:17 PM
Do the Royals not have section-to-section hot dog vendors?

Saulbadguy
02-14-2006, 09:20 PM
The Chiefs suck. They should have signed "The Plumber" up to a contract, given him primo seats and mad him a fan mascot. He would have been a huge hit.
Not nearly as cool as "Helmet man".

Saulbadguy
02-14-2006, 09:22 PM
Do the Royals not have section-to-section hot dog vendors?
No. Why would anyone want that? Gotta dress the dog up with what condiments you want.

We used to have the coolest lemonade vendor ever, but he quit.

CoMoChief
02-14-2006, 11:37 PM
I got some white trash a-hole kicked out at a royals game once. he was sitting at an isle seat and I was trying to get out of the row and I said "excuse me" and he just looked at me and made no effort to move his legs/feet because he was such a fat f*ck and it probably would have been too much work for him. So I attempt to walk over his legs and I guess somehow he spilled his pepsi all over himself...but truthfully I did not realize it at all, all of the sudden I heard "he partner.....hey partner" and I look behind me and there he was, he just went off screaming "hey partner! look what the hell ya did! you made me spill this here pepsi all over myself" and I just looked at him with disgust, I asked him then why the hell he couldn't try to move his legs and then he tried to spill the rest of his pepsi on me and he marched off back to his seat. So I went and got some hot dogs and came back to my seat and there he was again at the isle seat and then I rudely said excuse me...and he told me to go F myself, so then I said "you white trash piece of $hit, you really are making a fine example to...lets see your 1,2,3,4,5,6 OH 7 kids sitting right there." then he threw a drink cup at me and I went and got security and they kicked him out!



I really would have made an example out of that fat piece of shit and I would have beat his ass in front of his kids. Talk about humiliation. "Hey Mommy, dad got his ass kicked at the baseball game today" LOL

Count Alex's Wins
02-14-2006, 11:40 PM
No. Why would anyone want that? Gotta dress the dog up with what condiments you want.

We used to have the coolest lemonade vendor ever, but he quit.

I never put anything on my dogs. I like them brought to me. As they do at the great Ballpark in Arlington. They bring all kinds of shit around. Beer, soda, water, ice cream.

CHENZ A!
02-15-2006, 12:17 AM
Thrown out of co-ed softball....

Once I got thrown INTO a co-ed softball league. Never again.

It was actually a really fun league once I learned to not take it that serious. We had some sexy girls, and everyone met up at a bar for "pregame warmups", and also post game. We even had a couple lesbians, and they played on a female rugby team so I thought they'd be good ball players, but they still threw and hit like girls(bad ones).

greg63
02-15-2006, 01:02 AM
The last time I was ejected from my surroundings the doctor almost didn't get there in time to catch me. :D

Kclee
02-15-2006, 07:54 AM
I got kicked out of a Royals game in Chicago for jumping out of the stands with my dad and beating the hell out of the Royals first base coach.

Saulbadguy
02-15-2006, 07:56 AM
I never put anything on my dogs. I like them brought to me. As they do at the great Ballpark in Arlington. They bring all kinds of shit around. Beer, soda, water, ice cream.
They bring all of that around too. Maybe it is because people prefer ketchup, mustard, or relish on their dogs here in KC.

http://kansascity.royals.mlb.com/kc/images/hotdog_tshirt250x150.jpg

PatsFanDan
02-15-2006, 09:52 AM
I've had friends who partied too hard and passed out on the way to concerts, including missing the show.

I twice left buddies passed out in vehicles while going into nightclubs. Once was in high school (it was a teen club) and once was in college.

The college incident had a group of us come out to the parking lot to find my buddy laying in the backseat with the door wide open. It was in the middle of a mall parking lot on a Thursday night. We all felt pretty lucky nothing happened to him (i.e. arrested, gangraped etc etc).

The high school thing happened on a Saturday night. My buddy's first buzz.......the clown decided Bacardi 151 would be the drink of choice and he decided to drink it like it was kool aid. Needless to say, we couldn't take him home that night. His mother was a fruit loop. So we called her and told her he fell asleep at another friends house and that he wouldn't be home. Of course she figured it out.

The worst thing was we had to wash his clothes because he puked all over himself.

No lie........The following Monday, my high school just by chance had a full school assembly to show a play called "Eddie". Anyone ever seen it?

It's a true story about a high school kid that goes to a party, gets drunk and chokes to death on his own vomit.

Man was there some guilt having left my buddy in the car after seeing that play.

greg63
02-15-2006, 09:55 AM
I twice left buddies passed out in vehicles while going into nightclubs. Once was in high school (it was a teen club) and once was in college.

The college incident had a group of us come out to the parking lot to find my buddy laying in the backseat with the door wide open. It was in the middle of a mall parking lot on a Thursday night. We all felt pretty lucky nothing happened to him (i.e. arrested, gangraped etc etc).

The high school thing happened on a Saturday night. My buddy's first buzz.......the clown decided Bacardi 151 would be the drink of choice and he decided to drink it like it was kool aid. Needless to say, we couldn't take him home that night. His mother was a fruit loop. So we called her and told her he fell asleep at another friends house and that he wouldn't be home. Of course she figured it out.

The worst thing was we had to wash his clothes because he puked all over himself.

No lie........The following Monday, my high school just by chance had a full school assembly to show a play called "Eddie". Anyone ever seen it?

It's a true story about a high school kid that goes to a party, gets drunk and chokes to death on his own vomit.

Man was there some guilt having left my buddy in the car after seeing that play.


...And, that's called: "having a good time."

-Bill Cosby

ENDelt260
02-15-2006, 09:59 AM
No. Why would anyone want that?

When I was a kid Royals Stadium had 'em. I think it's crap that the BOB-- er, Chase Field doesn't. I can get a frozen margarita, or Ben 'n' Jerry's ice cream in my seat... but a hot dog? Oh, hell no.

ENDelt260
02-15-2006, 10:00 AM
They bring all of that around too. Maybe it is because people prefer ketchup, mustard, or relish on their dogs here in KC.

http://kansascity.royals.mlb.com/kc/images/hotdog_tshirt250x150.jpg
I don't see why the hot dog vendor can't carry condiments, too.

joesomebody
02-15-2006, 11:32 AM
I got cut off at a Chili's here in Utah. Apparantly you can only drink like 3 drinks in an hour period here...

I've never seen it enforced in a bar here, so it may be only in restaurants.

It was a friends 21st birthday. It was really funny because we kept asking the waitress when the next hour started, then we'd order 3 drinks at once so the clock would start immediately.

DeepPurple
02-15-2006, 03:03 PM
When I was 23 I lived in Savannah, Georgia in 1973, I grew up in Florida but was stationed there in the Army when I was discharged the year before and decided to stay because Savannah was a fun place. My drinking partner was a Polish guy from Chicago named Johnny Dostal that I met in the Army, he lived with his wife in the next apartment building. I used to like to hangout with Johnny because he was huge guy about twice my size and we were both into music. He told me one day he would introduce me to his identical twin brother but he was currently in Vietnam.

At the time I was just out of the Army a couple of months and was usually out partying every night. One morning about 10:00, while suffering with a hangover, I hear pounding at my apartment door. When I open the door there stands all 300 pounds of Johnny Dostal with his identical twin brother Jimmy Dostal both wearing gold jump suits. He just got off the plane from Vietnam that morning and they wanted to go out and celebrate.

We go over to the local "Dew Drop Inn", real name, and each of us order 6 boiler-makers apiece, that a shot and a draft beer. We knock out the drinks in about an hour and were wasted, I went in the mens room and soon as I open the door, there is Jimmy Dostal trying to punch the towel rack off the wall and his hand is bleeding. I immediately throw-up on the bathroom floor. We knew the barmaid since it was our local hangout, she comes in and yells get the hell out.

We go down the street to a redneck country bar, there is nobody in the place. I go over to the jukebox and I'm leaning on the machine to checkout the songs when the Dostal Brothers come over and pick me up and throw me onto the dance floor, both of them fall down and land on a wood railing that runs around the edge of the dance floor and the railing breaks. The bartender yells at us to get the hell out.

We go across the street to a neighborhood bar, I'm on the barstool about ten seconds when the bartender yells, get the hell out, I don't even know what we did. We jump back in Jimmy's Monte Carlo and head down to the tourist area River Street which runs along the riverfront. At a red light, Jimmy the driver is turning around talking to his brother and doesn't realize he took his foot off the brake, and we roll into the back of an ambulance. The ambulance driver, who's wearing a white coat, gets out and comes back and tells us to wait. He said we damaged the ambulance and he radioed for the police, we don't even see a mark on the ambulance since we were barely moving. We know we can't face the cops, so we jump back in our Monte Carlo and whip around the ambulance and takeoff. They turn on their lights and siren and start chasing us up the street, we get a couple of blocks ahead and turn down a side street and park between cars. At first they go right on by, but then they come back around and turn up our street and pull up alongside. The ambulance guy in the white coat jumps out and comes up to Johnny's window and said, don't move, the police are on the way. Johnny graps him by the arm and takes off like he's going to drag the guy, he starts yelling and Johnny lets the guy go and we head back home.

The next day Johnny tells me a Savannah detective comes out to his apartment, I guess they got his plate number. Anyway, they look at his car and the cop said, I don't see any damage and doesn't even make a report. All is well.

ENDelt260
02-15-2006, 03:23 PM
I got cut off at a Chili's here in Utah. Apparantly you can only drink like 3 drinks in an hour period here...

I've never seen it enforced in a bar here, so it may be only in restaurants.

It was a friends 21st birthday. It was really funny because we kept asking the waitress when the next hour started, then we'd order 3 drinks at once so the clock would start immediately.
I wouldn't put up with shit like that.

I once walked into a bar called Fumbles in Tempe Arizona with two friends. We ordered three beers. The bartender I guess didn't care for our current level of sobriety (or lack thereof) and got a manager/owner/someotherc*ntthatclaimedtobeinauthority. This other lady told us we could have one beer, but that was all. I didn't feel like playing by her rules. "F*ck you, then!" And I walked out. My two friends stayed. Which was stupid... cause she made them pay for three beers, then tossed 'em after they'd had just a couple drinks off of 'em.

WilliamTheIrish
02-15-2006, 09:33 PM
Roy = Mangino

Saulbadguy
02-15-2006, 09:35 PM
Roy = Mangino
Is that story actually true?

KChiefsQT
02-15-2006, 09:40 PM
We had a whole group of us get ejected from an A's game. Someone threw their cell phone at the left fielder. They couldn't pick out who did it, so they kicked our whole drunken crew out. It was a riot, I was ready to go to the parking lot to party anyways. That's where most the fun is anyway.

WilliamTheIrish
02-15-2006, 09:52 PM
1983 or 84.

Six of us brawled at a concert at Houk Auditorium. Got let go. Campus cops sent us out the same door and the dumbf*cks jumped us and we brawled again as we hit the sidewalk.

It was ugly. Spent the night in the Douglas Co. lockup.

Rain Man
02-15-2006, 09:52 PM
I got kicked out of a Royals game in Chicago for jumping out of the stands with my dad and beating the hell out of the Royals first base coach.

Did you get a t-shirt that said, "My dad and I got beat up by the entire Kansas City Royals roster, and all I got was this lousy t-shirt and a felony conviction."?

ENDelt260
02-15-2006, 10:23 PM
Someone threw their cell phone at the left fielder.

I don't think someone thought that plan through very well.

KChiefsQT
02-15-2006, 10:25 PM
I don't think someone thought that plan through very well.
It wasn't me. I wouldn't have wasted the money to replace my phone for some texan.

Skip Towne
02-15-2006, 10:29 PM
Bob Dole has a friend who slipped in a nacho puddle and went face-first over the railing at a Chiefs game.
Man, that dude must have been spastic.