Florida Linebacker Antonio Morrison’s bark is worse than his bite. The booking information for his arrest last night/early this morning included the following as a description: “PUBLIC ORDER CRIMES: HARASS TEASE INTERFERE POLICE FIRE SAR ANIMAL.” What does that mean? According to Gator Country, it’s because he was arrested for barking at a police dog.
That’s a new one, allowing us to get a rare combo of the ever popular “animals” and “arrests” tags. Who even knew that barking at a police dog was a no-no? Probably rates just below feeding Bean-O to a police horse on the punishment scale.
[photo via mugshotgainesville.com]