Pacman, Pacman, Pacman

We need to make sure that the story is investigated. The Titans need to make sure that Minxx nightclub owner Robert Susnar doesn’t have some vendetta against Pacman Jones and is making the following story up:

Jones tossed hundreds of $1 bills on the stripper stage, Susnar said, adding that when a dancer started grabbing the money without Jones’ permission, he got angry, grabbed her hair and slammed her head against the stage.

What the Titans don’t need to do is wait on a trial or for criminal charges to be made. The Titans should employ due diligence and investigate the hell out of this story. They need to peruse any video that is available and question relevant witnesses. If Pacman Jones actually banged a woman’s head on the stage, then Pacman Jones shouldn’t be allowed to put on a Titan’s uniform ever again.

If this story is true it doesn’t matter if one of Pac’s posse shot those security guards. Of course it matters legally and if Pacman is implicated in the shooting he should be charged legally. But, it shouldn’t take the shooting to get Pac booted out of Titan-ville. One head bang on the stage is quite enough, thank you.

If the story is true, we better not be hearing any Pacman apologetics from Coach Fisher or any of the front office. Let him play in Oakland…they relish their hooligans out there. If it is true, GOOD RIDDANCE.

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4 responses to “Pacman, Pacman, Pacman

  1. Or Baltimore. They have their share of thugs too.

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  4. The Bengals could take him – they might want to keep up their record for most players arrested in one season.

    It’d be a shame if this were true because the Titans need Pacman.

    Then again, is winning at the risk of turning into the South’s own Raiders worth it? Probably not.

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