St. Petersburg, Florida, police arrested a New England Patriots fans for possession of the drug Spice. The man’s unique look includes the team’s helmet, complete with a “Riddell” label on his forehead, a “12” on the back, a Lombardi Trophy on inked helmet’s crown, and signatures replica of Randy Moss, Rob Gronkowski, and Wes Weker–none of whom won a Super Bowl with the team.
The New England transplant, Victor Thompson, now resides in the Pinellas County Jail, where he advertises his regional pride on his head amid Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans.
The police report states:
Thompson advised that he is relatively new to the area and has only been in Florida for 3 weeks. His wife recently passed away and he came to Florida to meet his son for the first time in 25 years. He has been staying at Saint Vincent Depaul, but recently moved into a residence. He came downtown tonight to buy some Spice at Williams Park to smoke at home tonight. He was at the park and purchased the Spice from a black male for $15. He didn’t know Spice was illegal in Florida, and claims it is still legal in New Hampshire. He was in the property of the Sunrise Center because he was returning the bike that he was riding to his friend that owns the bike.”
Buying a “Master Kush” Spice, one presumes, is not the “Patriot Way.”