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The 2005 Minnesota Vikings

Year: 2005

With cornerback Fred Smoot acting as the lead organizer, various members of the 2005 Minnesota Vikings were discovered to have rented a party boat on Lake Minnetonka that included some pretty explicit entertainment. Flying in exotic dancers all the way from Atlanta, the former Vikings engaged in numerous sexual activities with the women before the boat's disgusted captain eventually cut the trip short. Smoot and his teammate, Bryant McKinnie, ended up taking the brunt of the fallout. Both were charged with criminal disorderly conduct, while then-head coach, Mike Tice, was eventually fired after the team's season ended, having both failed to make the playoffs and maintain any sort of discipline with his squad.

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