Young Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant really got caught with his pants down this time — literally. Like a 14-year-old boy who dribbled a ball one too many times or knocked things off the shelf in a sporting goods store, Bryant was allegedly told to leave his local mall and not return for three months. The reason: he and some friends were wearing their pants too low and refused to pull them up.
According to WFAA.com, via The Big Lead, Bryant gave a “profanity laced” response to the off-duty police officers at NorthPark Center in Dallas who asked him and his friends to pull their pants up.
“What the (expletive) are you stopping me, like I stole something,” Bryant said amidst his spaz according to WFAA. “I’m not leaving until my attorney and my representative get here.”
Bryant was then escorted to his vehicle, but rather than leaving he decided to do the mature adult thing. According to police, he parked his car in a fire lane and refused to move. The warning, however, stands. If Bryant was to return to the mall within the next 90 days police would have every right to arrest him.
Considering this is the same rookie that refused to go along with some mild hazing in the form of carrying shoulder pads, it should surprise no one that Bryant refused to pull his pants up.