Originally Posted by GonzoLays
If Pac Man had anything to do with this drug bust, he would have been arrested too. This was not some random traffic stop where they found a ton of coke and marijuana in the back of the car. This was a surveillance sting that probably went on for months. If PacMan was involved with the drugs he would have been arrested with the other nine guys.
Right now the only thing that PacMan did wrong was have his name embroidered on a seat in the car. The last I checked that is not against the law. And the car does not even belong to PacMan so for all we know the drug dealer loved the video game PacMan so much that he had it embroidered on his seats.
Well gee Gonzo, first it wasn't his car now it is...registrations have a nasty habit of showing who the car belongs to. Burnt.
Well gee Gonzo, reporters tried to reach him on the cell phone and he was "out", then the next call was "wrong number".
Then the clown goes out in a public street and threatens a reporter just doing his job. He showed his stupidity yet again. He should of said no comment don't go on my lawn and locked the door. Instead, he went into a public street in his gang sweats, (notice how they drag on the ground) and threatened a reporter on a public road.
This clown has been dodging the law for quite awhile. This guy is allready changing his story like those killers in Aruba. Understand this with your limited cranium. His car was at the scene of the bust. I bet right now they are looking at his money records.
No, it's not a crime to have a "number 7" embroidered on your leather seats. It might raise a little suspicion if it winds up at a major drug bust. He won't see that car again.
YOU HAVE OFFENDED THE PACMAN!