T-Mobile might have screwed over millions of customers by sticking fraudulent charges into their phone bills, but its CEO John Legere still carries himself like the second coming of Alexander Graham Bell. 

Legere—known for his strange behavior—trolled Sprint, AT&T, and Verizon in his reading of a "magical story" set to the tune of "Twas the Night Before Christmas." Not surprisingly, the story contains many lines that praise T-Mobile in between Legere's bashing of his competitors. At one point, he calls out AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson: “And while Randall was nestled all snug in his bed, I’m up responding to tweets, removing pain points instead.” Legere then goes on a brief tirade that gets bleeped out because Christmas spirit.

He's your Stone Cold Steve Austin of CEOs. Legere's called AT&T and Verizon "greedy bastards," accused them of "raping" customers, and told the companies to "stop the bullshit." Something tells me he and John McAfee would be great friends.