Tennessee State Representative Kicked Out Of High School Basketball Game After Attempting to Pull Ref’s Pants Off, Threatening to Fight Him

Talk about a mouthful of a headline.

Bad fan behavior has been the norm since fans started coming back to live sporting events. One fan, who also happens to be a public figure, took bad behavior to a whole new level on Monday Night.

Tennessee state representative Jeremy Faison was kicked out of a high school basketball game after threatening to fight a referee. He also attempted to take the Ref’s pants off.

Jeremy Faison is the state Republican caucus chair of Tennessee.

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Faison took to Twitter to apologize for the incident, saying he, “acted the fool” during the incident and hopes to make it right.

Faison’s full statement:

“Unfortunately, I acted the fool tonight and lost my temper on a ref. I was wanting him to fight me. Totally lost my junk and got booted from the gym. I’ve never really lost my temper but I did tonight and it was completely stupid of me. Emotions getting in the way of rational thoughts are never good. I hope to be able to find the ref and ask for his forgiveness. I was bad wrong.”

This guy should never be allowed near a ref ever again.

Restraining order that fool.

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