In today’s DISCOUNT news we’ve got some updates on a couple stories involving Junior Seau and a story update involving some football TEABAGGING. Also, a woman gets attacked by a cheetah and a hit and run driver gets his!
The FRANTIC 911 call that JUNIOR SEAU’S girlfriend Megan made when she found his body has been released. This poor woman is HYSTERICAL as she tells the operator over and over again, quote, “My God! My boyfriend shot himself!” You can listen to the call here. WARNING!!! Megan gets REALLY emotional. It might be hard for some people to take. Meanwhile, Junior’s family IS going to donate his brain for concussion research. The San Diego Chargers’ team chaplain told the “L.A. Times”, quote, “The family was considering this almost from the beginning, but they didn’t want to make any emotional decisions.”
You might remember, back in January…..a video that was online……it happened after the Alabama/LSU BCS Championship game, where an Alabama fan TEABAGGED an unconscious LSU fan at a fast food place. Well there is an UPDATE. Check it out HERE.
Back on April 28th, this dude and his wife were in South Africa visiting a game reserve. The woman was in a pen with some CHEETAHS . . . who were raised in captivity from birth and were supposed to be safe to pet. Then, suddenly, the cheetahs SNAPPED….attacking the woman! CHECK OUT ALL THE PHOTOS HERE!
This is a tragic story, but at least JUSTICE WILL BE SERVED, thanks to one badass vigilante. On Thursday night, 23-year-old Michael Ettipio of Lancaster, New York was driving home from a bar, drunk, and he hit a 14-year-old boy on his bike. And the kid DIED from the crash. But Ettipio SPED OFF. 40-year-old Benny Kirkland watched the whole thing happen, and wasn’t about to let a hit-and-run driver get away. So he followed Ettipio home. Kirkland says, quote, “I grabbed him by the back of his shirt and said, ‘Let’s go. You’re going to answer for what you did.'” And then he put Ettipio in his car and drove him back to the scene. Ettipio was arrested and charged with second-degree vehicular manslaughter, leaving the scene of a fatal accident, and driving while intoxicated. His blood-alcohol level was .225, which is almost three times the legal limit.