By Tony Hicks
Friday, April 16th, 2010 at 1:34 pm in Uncategorized.
I don’t know about you, but I know I’d be the proudest father in the world if I raised a son who purposely vomited on children.
Matthew Clemmens of Cheery Hill, N.J. was arrested Wednesday in Philadelphia at a Phillies-Nationals game after deliberately throwing up on a man and his 11-year-old daughter, after his equally-charming buddy was thrown out of the park after the family complained about them cursing and spitting.
I’m guessing this wasn’t how Matt envisioned himself getting his 15 minutes of fame.
These fellows – who I imagine were drinking alcoholic beverages – were harassing off-duty police Captain Michael Vangelo and his two teen daughters. When one of the girls asked them to stop, Clemmons’ buddy spit at the girl, first on her seat, then on her jacket.
That’s when dad – in the most incredible display of restraint since … ever – went and got security, instead of opening the most vicious can of pistol whip since Henry Hill in “Goodfellas.”
Clemmens responded to his buddy getting kicked out by sticking his fingers down his throat and aiming his face at the family. Then he did it again to a cop trying to arrest him.
Who is this guy – Godzilla? And how much does he eat? Judging by the picture, probably quite a bit.
The cop/dad said later he didn’t punch Clemmons because he didn’t want to get arrested and leave his kids alone. That’s a great dad right there. This would be one time I wouldn’t mind seeing a little police brutality.