Whether you blow, finger, swat, dunk or whatever other rule you’ve created, running over someone with your car is probably not the best way to settle a beer pong related argument.
“But El Taco, don’t tell me how to live my life,” you say in your whiny bitch voice.
Fine. Do what you want. IDGAF.
Former Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle is being charged with allegedly doing just that — (allegedly) getting pissed off during a beer pong game and then (allegedly) running over three people as a result. Yeah, you can’t do that.
An argument broke out about who won the match — with Randle pushing the opposing player onto the balcony of the home. The other man apologized and the situation was briefly diffused.
Randle then went downstairs and continued acting aggressive — so the party hosts asked him to leave.
Instead, cops say Randle ran back upstairs and attacked party guests — until several people wrangled Randle and literally pushed him out of the home.
One of the hosts followed Randle outside and asked him to leave — instead, Randle got in the car and punched it in his direction … striking the man at somewhere between 20 and 30 mph.
The man was thrown over the top of the car. When others came to assist the victim Randle struck again … hitting 2 more people.
0-100 real quick.
I’m curious what the argument was about because beer pong is pretty cut and dry. Either you made the cup or you didn’t. Also, what are you doing in Wichita, Kansas, man? I know it’s your hometown but that’s not the type of place I figured you’d be getting in trouble at. I also didn’t expect you to shoplift underwear and cologne at a Dillards in 2014, but I guess you win again.
All jokes aside, Randle could use some help right now. The promising 24-year-old has consistently been in trouble with the law for a bevy of weird crimes and erratic behavior. It all cost him a likely starting spot on the Cowboys roster this year.
TMZ reports one woman was taken the hospital after losing consciousness. Randle is reportedly being held in a Kansas-area jail and will eventually be transferred to a mental health facility.
Get better, buddy..
[via From TMZ]
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