While the mainstream media is spending time trying to somehow attribute a violent gentleman's club shooting in Las Vegas to Pacman Jones; an out of control member of the Super Bowl champs is busy raising hell in Iowa.
Dallas Clark apparently terrorized referees during a girls high school basketball game.
"Clark, a Livermore native and former Iowa football player, was asked to leave the gymnasium late in the third quarter of the district final game between Twin River Valley of Bode, where Clark attended high school, and Southeast Webster-Grand of Burnside in Burnside, two school officials said Monday, according to the The Des Moines Register."
"I have seen other parents behave a lot worse, but he apparently got into one of the officials' ear," said Kirk Gilson, the athletic director at Southeast Webster-Grand. "I really don't know what led up to it, but apparently one of the referees didn't like what he heard from him."
The venomous attack on the referee was heinous enough to motivate the high school principal to ask Mr. Clark to vacate the premises.
"Gilson said Clark left the gymnasium immediately and without incident after being asked by Dan Grandfield, the Southeast Webster-Grand principal."
There was no word on whether or not Clark went to his car to get a gat.
The mainstream media tries to vilify Pacman Jones for trying to get out of harm's way and escape a gunfight; yet, beloved Colts' ivory TE Dallas Clark's verbal assaults and vicious behavior at a girls' basketball game receive back page coverage.
A word of warning: If you see Dallas Clark at your high school gym, call the cops.