Jacob Waddell doesn’t seem too concerned with the disorderly conduct charge Pittsburgh cops are charging him with for throwing a catfish on the ice last night during Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals. He’s openly tweeting about his situation today and, as many legendary disrupters tend to act, Jake Waddell seems to be enjoying the fact that he’s enemy No. 1 right now it the Burgh.
Jacob Waddell, of Nolensville, Tenn., “obtained” the catfish in Tennessee and vacuum-sealed it, according to a criminal complaint.
He then hid the fish in his compression shorts when he entered PPG Paints Arena. Once inside, he went to a restroom, pulled the fish out, and then wrapped it in a free T-shirt and towel he’d received earlier until he could throw the fish onto the ice.
It’s all good, according to Jake.
Brought it all the way from Nashville!
I’ve heard of weird sports customs, but a catfish at a Predators game?? What the fuq is this all about? pic.twitter.com/GOSsuDNyfF
— Truth Reigns (@FrReigns) May 30, 2017
Starting to regret holding onto the cat until it was 3-0