Torotno Maple Leafs Goalie Didn’t Know Who Nelson Mandela Was
At an event called “The Giant of Africa,” the Toronto Raptors honored the late Nelson Mandela on the first anniversary of his death. The South African president and human rights icon was celebrated throughout their game against the Cleveland Cavaliers, with everything from special warm-up gear to videos throughout the night. Someone should have probably given Torotno Maple Leafs’ goalie Jonathan Bernier a quick primer on Mandela, because when he was interviewed about Mandela, it got awkward. Like “crawl under the covers and never leave ever again” awkward. Watch the painful footage below, and get the full story here.
Off-Duty BSO Cop Accused of Arresting Man for Getting Good Parking Space First
When Clausel Pierre pulled into a parking space at a Deerfield Beach shoe store in January 2011, he didn’t expect to get into an altercation with an off-duty BSO officer for not giving up the spot. But according to a lawsuit last month, that’s exactly what happened, so he’s suing the cop for the wrongful arrest that caused him physical pain and set in motion years of legal headaches to clear his name. Listen to the 911 call below, and get the full story here.