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Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Seahawks G John Moffitt was reportedly banned from mall, returned and was caught urinating in parking lot

John-Moffitt-SeahawksSeattle Seahawks offensive guard John Moffitt may need a lesson on what the word “banned” means. According to Seattle PI, the 32-pound offensive guard was banned from Bellevue Square mall — and all properties owned by the same company — for one year starting on Jan. 21, 2012 because of unspecified incidents he was involved with. He decided to return to the mall five months later anyway, and was not exactly discreet about it.

On June 14, 2012, Bellevue Square security allegedly caught Moffitt urinating near a vehicle parked in the mall parking lot. Police arrived shortly thereafter and reportedly found two “very large males” running along the street. The police report obtained by Seattle PI said that an officer yelled for Moffit to stop, but the lineman looked right at him and ran into an apartment building.

A week later, Bellevue Square security guards were shown a photo of Moffitt and identified him as the dude who had taken a leak on a car. Moffitt was charged with criminal trespass and obstruction of justice. He had to miss Seahawks practice on Tuesday to appear in court for a hearing related to the incident.

But that wasn’t all. On Aug. 25, 2012, Moffitt was again caught trespassing at Lincoln Square mall in Bellevue, which is owned by the same company as Bellevue Square mall. He was reportedly escorted out of the bar and taken into custody.

“Once outside, two pairs of handcuffs were placed on Moffitt due to his large size and a recent shoulder injury,” a police report stated. “Both sets of handcuffs were checked for tightness, and all were double locked.”

The moral of the story is this: if you’re banned from a place for a year, find somewhere else to go. And if you absolutely must return for whatever reason, don’t piss on something when you get there.

H/T The Big Lead

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