In the security breach of all security breaches… a group of Columbian soccer fans brought a 17-year old’s dead body to a Onceno Rojinegro soccer game after he was murdered just hours earlier. The fans figured they would pay tribute to the soccer fan, Cristopher Alexander Jacome Sanguino, who was gunned down by a hit man while playing soccer at a park. The shooting happened in the dangerous Columbian Bellavista neighborhood.
Sanguino’s mourners were able to sneak the casket into the game by lying to both the police and security by saying the other had given them permission to bring the body into the game
And people think it’s weird I have brought an octopus to a hockey game?!?
UFC fighter Jacob Volkmann told a reporter he wanted to beat up President Obama as his next opponent. Though Volkmann back pedaled and said he was only joking, the threat prompted an investigation by Secret Service and has now cost Volkmann his job.
Volkmann is an assistant wrestling coach at a Minnesota high school. In an interview with Fox News Radio, Volkmann said, “They didn’t like how I was representing the school… They said I was representing them bad because of what I said about the president and his policies.”
In a post match victory interview, UFC Jacob Volkmann said he wants his next opponent to be President Obama (3:00 mark in the video). Volkmann explained he is struggling to open up his own chiropractor practice, and he does not agree with the Health Care Bill and wanted to knock some sense into the President.
MMA Fighting reporter Ariel Helwani joked with Volkmann about his comment, but it was no laughing matter when Secret Service agents showed up at the Minnesota high school Volkmann coaches wrestling at to investigate the threat.
Volkmann told the Pioneer Press, the Secret Service showed up with his picture and a transcript of the UFC interview. Agents wanted to know if Volkmann planned to go to Washington DC to hurt the President, but Volkmann told them, “No, I can’t even afford the plane ticket.”
The encounter lasted around three minutes. Lucky for Volkmann, he did not have to go through the full body scan.