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Police Called After A Hard Foul In Pickup Basketball At Dulles Town Center LA Fitness
Posted by: Fox News ()
Date: July 17, 2018 10:27PM

Incident report: https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/4608667-Man-Calls-Police-Over-Hard-Foul-Incident-Report.html


https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/cops-called-basketball-game-incident-report_us_5b4e342ee4b0de86f4877b23

During a pickup basketball game at a Dulles, Virginia, LA Fitness, a guy took it upon himself to call law enforcement after he was knocked to the floor following a hard screen. This is a historic occasion, at once the softest moment in the annals of recreational sports and a new entry in our national epidemic of frightened people calling the cops on black folks.

You can check out the incident report from the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office at the bottom of the page, though Twitter user @_togs has a pretty complete account. According to @_togs, the unidentified dude, after getting floored, announced that he was going to call the police. Everybody thought he was joking, until he actually did the thing. (In the photo below, the caller is the guy standing on the deputy’s right.)

Today for the first time in my life...I experienced someone call the police because they got fouled hard in basketball. pic.twitter.com/9E8lp9fmwP

— TrapMoneyBenny (@_togs) July 17, 2018
He gets up tells everyone he’s going to call the police and walks out leaving everyone in gym confused

— TrapMoneyBenny (@_togs) July 17, 2018
We thought he was joking til we saw buddy at the front desk on the phone really calling the police ????

— TrapMoneyBenny (@_togs) July 17, 2018
In a Twitter video recorded by another witness, the exasperated deputy explains that he’d heard there had been a fight, and that this was the first time he had been called to address a basketball foul.

Ayy better version!!
???????? A MOMENT IN PICK UP???? HISTORY !!! ??????????????????????????? #ballislife #overtime #basketball #stopsnitching pic.twitter.com/rJvja2pMrk

— KING MUMU (@liberiansoul) July 17, 2018
In the report, the incident was classified as an assault, but neither party wanted to press charges. Both men admitted that they fouled each other and agreed to keep the game civil.



Edited 4 time(s). Last edit at 07/17/2018 10:39PM by Fox News.

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