Drew Brees is many things: a Super Bowl champion, three-time NFC Offensive Player of the Year, father of three children, just to name a few. But there's one thing he is not and that's the face of a bath salts company masked as an aromatherapy powder, complete with Brees' face sporting the same makeup as Heath Ledger's Joker from The Dark Knight.
Mary Hughes of Denham Springs, Louisiana says her 16-year-old son got it as a present and smoked it, which led to a frightening night.
"His eyes were basically real droopy," Hughes said. "His speech was very slurred. He had no emotion. He barely could stand and absolutely no emotion, so 'Zombieland' was really correct. He was a zombie."
Hughes admits her daughter, who is of age, bought the product at a Baton Rouge store called Zombieland.
A place called Zombieland turns out to sell bath salts? Oh, you don't say. Anyway, Zombieland's owner defended his product saying that the item was for "aromatherapy" and not meant for smoking. Either way, a spokesman for Brees said his client would take "appropriate action." Maybe it's time to move onto another star NFL quarterback, like, maybe, Tom Brady?