‘Tis the season to get wasted and abandoned by your friends at the local QuikTrip.
Atlanta Falcons fans may remember Jamal Anderson as the offensive star of the Falcons’ 1998 Super Bowl team and the originator of the “Dirty Bird” touchdown dance, but this latest accusation gives the “Dirty Bird” phrase a whole new meaning!
Anderson reportedly stumbled into a Gwinnett County QT intoxicated shortly after 2 a.m. Wednesday morning and allegedly exposed himself to the male clerk on duty, who promptly called authorities.
Details + audio of the bizarre 911 call below…
AUDIO: 911 Call – Jamal Anderson Exposed Himself
According to several reports, Anderson has now been banned from the popular convenience store.
As you can hear in audio from the 911 call above, the clerk told police that Anderson, 44, “exposed himself” in the store before fumbling around and leaving out the door.
The responding officers also said Anderson, 44, was “apparently intoxicated” but they chose not to arrest him since he wasn’t behind the wheel of a car.
The clerk, who was the only other person in the store at the time of the incident, also did not want to prosecute so police simply issued Anderson a warning for criminal trespass, which means that Anderson will be arrested if he returns to that QuikTrip location.
Anderson did not have a vehicle at the location so the officer kindly summoned an Uber to take Anderson home.
For the record, I feel like there’s more to this story. At least, I hope there is.