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Monday, October 20, 2014

Chinese Food Delivery Guy Stole Matt Bryant’s Golf Clubs

For the most part, everyone loves the food delivery guy.  There’s nothing quite like hearing the doorbell ring and knowing your food has arrived when you’re starving.  The delivery guy is a bearer of gifts — someone who provides you with a service when you need to eat but are too lazy to separate yourself from the TV.  That is, of course, unless he runs you for your golf clubs.

According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Falcons kicker Matt Bryant had his golf clubs stolen out of his garage by the Chinese food delivery guy a couple weeks ago.  Police say 22-year-old Kristian Vail walked into Bryant’s open garage, stole his $3,000 bag of clubs, delivered his food, and went on his way.

Investigators were able to track down the clubs on the Internet by using their serial numbers and found that Vail had traded the clubs to a man named Michael Gibson in exchange for 80 Ecstasy pills.  Dude was just looking to party, I guess.

Most of the clubs have been tracked down and returned to Bryant but, according to Braselton Police Assistant Chief Lou Solis, Bryant’s putter remains missing and he is pretty unhappy about it. Better to have $3,000 clubs stolen from you though than $7 million worth of jewelry, right Floyd Mayweather? If you can’t trust the delivery guy these days, whom can you trust?



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