Jameis Winston's suspension this past season proved there are consequences to dropping a "fuck her right in the pussy" on an unsuspecting public, that spontaneous outburst almost blew the Noles' massive win streak, and it wasn't even televised. Today a Canadian soccer fan learned there are punishments worse than a one-game ban against Clemson, like for instance getting fired from your $100,000+ a year job.
After being an unoriginal douche to a reporter who had apparently had her fill of unoriginal douches, Shawn Simoes was confronted by CityNews reporter Shauna Hunt, who publicly shamed Simoes and his pack of dickwad friends. They seemed largely unmoved by her point of view, and you got the feeling that everyone's lives would go back to normal, completely unchanged. But Simoes is an assistant network management engineer at a company called Hydro One, and since his stunt went viral they got wind of the incident with their director of corporate affairs having this to say about it:
"Regarding the incident at the Toronto FC game between a (CityNews) reporter and fans, Hydro One is taking steps to terminate the employee involved for violating our Code of Conduct."
He also got banned for at least a year (and possibly a lifetime) by Maple Leafs Sports and Entertainment, who just so happen to own Toronto FC.
So there you have it, the moral of the story is: Stop dropping "FHRITP," (if you haven't already), lest you get f'ed much harder by your employer and/or your favorite sports team.
[via YouTube/Awful Announcing]
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